Wednesday, March 3, 2010

Selsor Base cone 6

4 comments:

Lori Buff said...

That is pretty, it looks a little runny on a few of the tiles. Did you get a sense of how runny it might be?
Thanks

John Britt said...

It is fluid but that is what makes it a nice copper red, oribe, etc.

It is also what melts the rutile. You could even try with 3 - 4 % rutile to make it less opaque,

John

Anonymous said...

Can't wait to try this base in both oxidation & reduction. The effect is very similar to a cone 10 glaze that I used called Apricot. It was a class glaze back in the college days and worked beautifully as a liner glaze on my organic vases. Thanks for posting this John.

John Britt said...

No problem. Let us know how it goes,

John