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Posted 8 Jun 2013It's a Captain Ceramics splash guard, watch this video to see it and many other wonderful Captain Ceramic products like pre-centered clay...
Posted 23 May 2013I don’t know, I think you just might be crazy enough to try it.
Posted 21 May 2013
Posted 16 May 2013Thanks for your interest in my work
Its a ceramic glaze that I developed - and I fire somewhere between 1190 celcius up to 1300 degrees celcius- its all a matter of viscosity, size of holes in the containers, kiln size etc.
My coming experiments is trying to find a high viscous, low fired, glaze so I can do this at lower temperatures. And yes, I've also heard from glass people that this technique is well known in the glass world
I also tried with real glass in a ceramic container - looks wicked! - you can see more pics at my facebook page - like if you like www.facebook.com/csckeramik
Thanks for dropping in Christina, your work is great, nice to see something so innovative.
Posted 14 May 2013In the glass world this is called a pot melt, and is a good way to recycle scraps. You melt pieces of glass (often of mixed colors) in a pot with a hole in the bottom, the melting glass flows out and pools underneath creating a new sheet of glass that can be used for projects.
The impression I got from the artists video is that it took her a lot of experimentation with the glaze recipe to get it to melt and flow(viscosity) just right in the kiln.
Looks like it's cone 9 like oldlady said, but I would think you could do this at cone six or lower with the right recipe. Looks fun
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