So, Our Glaze is Bubbling

Alex Cooper, Cereal Bowl

Sometimes, teachers and students miscommunicate on low-fire v. mid-fire, and this is the result. The glaze was fired to a mid-fire temperature, and instead of running everywhere, it decide to boil and bubble. It’s a weird result, for sure, but I don’t think it’s all bad.

Now, just to keep people from handling it, breaking the bubbles, and cutting up their hands . . .

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  1. Anonymous

     /  February 23, 2015

    Another one should be fired at the correct temperature to show the differences.

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