A few days ago I had quickly posted a shot of a freshly dipped glazed canister that had a waxed panel masked out. It was getting ready for a 2nd trip through the bisque. I mentioned that I wanted to sinter on a Blue Hare’s Fur glaze to use as a base glaze for the crawl glaze that I’ve been using. The difference between the sintered and unsintered base glaze is noticeable, but the main reason that I was waxing, sintering and rebisquing was so I would have a strait and easy shot at getting a nice application of the white crawl over the entire canister with good differentiation between the carved area with the Blue Hares Fur and the paper stenciled slipped panel. This combo is much easier to handle without all of the flaking and it seems a bit more predictable.