Me watching this: " I hope they show the end result, I hope they show the end result, I hope they show the end result"….when its almost done: "i hope they show us after they glaze it, i hope they show us after they glaze it…" …. THEY DIDNT SHOW IT!!!
Hi please tell 😿 me How many hours must enter the fire?
When you cover your walls with some material… it called paint and it can buy paint at Home centers etc…, when you cover your pottery, what do you call that material? Glaze or what? Where can you get them? About five gallons sized, wonder how much it cost? Thank you for your kindly respond.
Thanks. After you fire a glazed piece can you re-glaze and fire?
yes i also would like to see end result of this glazing excercise
thanks very much , would you mind if you tell me name of all Materials you used it in video and how you can make white clay at home
Very informative thank you!!
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What kind of brush did you use?
Do you have any issues with the coyote glazes like pin holes or running? I am considering trying these glazes on cone 6 bmix clay. Thanks for sharing your knowledge.
this is useful information, but if you dip your pot more than once (to cover the handle), the consistency may be altered depending on the glaze.
EXCELLENT VIDEOS! Very helpful! I've subscribed to your channel and watching them all! Next stop, your ETSY shop! https://www.etsy.com/shop/KaransPotsAndGlass?ref=pr_shop_more
This is why I use stilts and I can glaze the entire project
thanks so much ,wax your mean is glue?
Hola, por favor me podrías decir que es lo que le colocas a la base para que no se pegue el esmalte? muchas gracias
Would have been nice to see them finished!
😄😄😄😄thanks alot another gustion pleas why we shud put glaze and can i use home oven???
Hi am try to know every thing of ceramic why always not glaze the down edg of cup???
Where did you purchase your whisks?
thank you for explain.. is wax .. it's mean glue؟؟!
I never understand why people make these video's and then never show you the fired results. LOL
It would be awesome to see the glazed pots fired!
Don't walk around with the glaze dripping?
I thought Wax was used to keep glaze off an area where it's been painted on..
Thanks, Toni! Good suggestion… I know I was in a hurry to get it up at the end of the day for my students to see the following day.. . so I didn't have the completed pieces to show!
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