Looking at the results, my first thought is that the colors are interesting, maybe even engaging (that's quite a stretch), but they are going to be too overpowering and busy when used to plate desserts. The food risks being lost on the surface.
Maybe switch to a subtle play of white on white. For the next round of tests.
They are a little heavy. Thinning them out a little, but still leaving the thickness at the rim.
The foot is nice, but needs to be lightened and possibly standardized with a cut profile rib.
It didn't help that the finished fired works had shrunk down as much as the did. It would probably be wise to do the math next time to arrive at a proper size.
The rims pulled in and added an extra degree of concave to the finished forms.
Lighten up on slip application.
Very clunky, like the direction with the design, but elegant it's decidedly not...
Vertical testing of a cone 6 translucent Oribe Green over a Willies Slip. The slip has been stenciled onto a blue Amco underglaze that was brushed on while leather hard and a black underglaze was used to outline the paper stencils before they were pulled off.
The interior is finished off using a standard white liner that plays well with the Oribe green, letting it waterfall at the lip.
I was surprised at how opaque the surface came out of the kiln and I'm wondering if it's due to the slip used or firing to cone 5 rather than 6.
More testing... always more testing.
I've hyperlinked to all the glaze recipes from my back posts.