Wednesday, November 21, 2012

Fall Dance

The cut-wax linework and black wash blasted through a simple dip in the studio Shino.


Thick, it was nice... thin looked good too, but dipped and poured, the strength of the linework using Jessica's black wash just gained from the varied readability of glaze thickness.

 This second muted example uses a Black Englobe to inlay the lines.
Muted or strong, either of the two blacks work for me.

5 comments:

Jessica Fong said...

Dark Dark Dark.

gabi said...

love them pots....

pots said...

Digging those pieces. I finally mixed up the white crackle and have been crackling everything in my way!! Lovin it...i've made a black slip that comes through nicely also. Question: How do i subscribe to your blog?

Newfoundout Potter said...

Haven't tried incising through wax on shinos - looks fantastic - will have to try it to add a third dimension to my applique work with shinos and wax.

Müderris said...

Thanks for amazing post .