I don’t understand his English accent 😂
Great vid, thanks, but sound was too low, had volumn full on and could barely hear.
That cobalt carbonate is too expensive here! I'd have to cut down that mixture a bit.
thanks a lot and love from turkey
How is that blue?
thanks so much great work but i need to know more about ceramics colours
Thanks, For knowlege
how much of cobalt in 2 gallons of slip?
Thanks Dan your videos are always easy to follow and I've learned so much. I made coloured slip the same way using copper oxide for green, and cobalt for blue and the results are amazing. Are there other additives you can use like oxides to get other colours the same way?
Dove trovo le vernici?
any suggestions for a brown slip for cone 6, I cant seem to find a recipe anywhere.
So cobalt was supposed to make it blue right ? why is it still gray ?
Where do you get the cobalt and others to make different colors?
Very helpful. If you have discarded parts of rose porcelain and bmix can you still use the same method? or does it have to just one type of clay?
Great and easy to understand tutorial. THANK YOU!
Thanks for the video, love your accent, makes me miss England:)
Thank you so much for the video.Can you, please, tell me what is in bottle to make slip less watery. I'm sorry, I could understand it…
what clay are you using?
I make a "standard slip" which for me is 50% water and 50% dry clay trimmings. Then when I make an underglaze, I can have repeatable results because I am controlling the clay to water ratio of the slip. I use an immersion blender that leaves NO LUMPS. No sieving is necessary.
can you use your slips to get the finished piece slightly darker. My clay body came out too light this time and I want to darken it a bit. I do a wax resist design and it looks bland on the lighter clay body.
How do you make yellow underglaze? I cant find out, and I have been to numerous websites…
thanks, i would like to see the slip after firing.. the final result…
The more water that is in the slip lightens the final color of the glaze correct?
The audio is too difficult to understand. Incomprehensible for me.
"Keep whizzing it" he he
What type of clay is that? My clay always makes my hands very muddy. I'm constantly rinsing.
Thank you, Dan … love your videos and have learned a lot. One of the things that I love is how you use just normal, everyday equipment. You sieve using a regular kitchen sieve and it seems to do just fine, no need to run out and buy the "special" clay sieves with the breath-taking prices. And I now know not to toss all our soda bottles in the recycle bin.
Dan….thank you!!!!!!!!!!! Couple of questions. 1. Using Mason Stains in your claybody slip, has it been your experience that the color you see after mixing is close to the final fired color? 2. Have you mixed two mason stain colors together to arrive at a third color? Thanks, Diane
Hi Dan, I am worried that you add water to the cobalt powder creating a cloud of dust. I add powders to water and let them gently sink into the water without the cloud. It would be nice to see the finished result on your pots too! Thanks
I'm not an expert at this stuff, but you can find it by searching 'copper carbonate' or 'iron oxide' or 'cobalt carbonate', and many others. I wish I could give you more info, but this is all I know. I use these at school all the time.
Where do I find the coloured powder to add? Is it called something specific? Could I mix in glaze instead?
For my underglazes, I changed from cobalt carbonate to cobalt aluminate available as Mason stain #6383. The Mason stains are much less toxic.
When making slip, the clay trimmings must be totally dry. I use an immersion blender for mixing; it works very, very well.
love your accent!
Hi, I'm used to cobalt carb being pink, just wondering if your tub is labelled wrong!
Thanks so much for posting this Dan. going to try this on some bisque pots and see what happens
Great info Dan, I didn't catch how much color to slip, or does it matter.
How would this look if you used it for raku?
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