I respect this... I understand wanting to figure it out but I also feel it would be best left alone.If one does... We are not telling!
I know secrets about it, but haven't tried hard enough to pull it off.
Thanks a lot. Bummer it requires oxidation.if you want a nicely written start on the journey, I won't discourage you further though. here is a good place to start - https://bonsaiprelude.wordpress.com/2014/01/23/glazed-and-confused/
Don't give up that easy! As Eric pointed out, besides the color, the special thing about this glaze is the crystallization, which is achievable in reduction. I assume that is what your using based on your response. Also to flip Anthony's response - clayart has pages and pages of threads on oribes. There is more than one way to achieve something similar in your environment. A hint - most oribes are high fire reductions.Thanks a lot. Bummer it requires oxidation.
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