- Last Updated: Tuesday, 22 May 2012 15:15
It's flowery alright.
- MB-1116 - Casualware Dinner Plate
- CG-798NT - Black Iris
- FN-009 - Black
- SC-5 - Tiger Tail
- SC-15 - Tuxedo
- SC-39 - Army Surplus
- SC-74 - Hot Tamale
- SC-82 - Tuscan Red
- SC-84 - Dee John
- SC-85 - Orkid
- AC-230 - Clay Carbon Paper
- BT-910 - Synthetic Sponges
- CB-106 - #6 Script Liner
- CB-110 - #10/0 Liner
- CB-604 - #4 Soft Fan
- Begin with properly fired shelf cone 04 bisque. Moisten a clean sponge and wipe bisque to remove any dust.
- Using a CB-604 #4 Soft Fan, apply 1 coat of FN-009 Black to the top of the plate. Allow to dry.
- With a pencil and AC-230 Clay Carbon Paper trace on the pattern.
- Using a CB-106 #6 Script Liner, apply 2 coats of SC-74 Hot Tamale to the petal centers of the large flowers, then fill in around with 2 coats SC-82 Tuscan Red.
- Using a CB-106 #6 Script Liner loaded with SC-84 Dee John and tipped with SC-5 Tiger Tail, brush the larger center of the flowers. Apply 2 coats.
- Apply 2 coats of SC-85 Orkid to the small center of the flowers.
- Using a CB-106 #6 Script Liner, apply 2 coats of SC-39 Army Surplus to the leaves, adding in some SC-84 Dee John for variation. Apply to the stem and vines 2 coats of SC-39 Army Surplus.
- Using a CB-106 #6 Script Liner, apply 2 coats of SC-84 Dee John to the background, brushing in some SC-5 Tiger Tail to vary the color. Apply close to the flowers and leaves, following the shape of the leaves and flowers as your brush strokes will show.
- Using a CB-110 #10/0 Liner, outline with a wide line the flowers and leaves with SC-15 Tuxedo.
- With the CB-110 #10/0 Liner, pull in some stamens and leaf veins with SC-15 Tuxedo. Pull the stroke from the center then press down the brush for the tip.
- Using a CB-604 #4 Soft Fan, apply 2 coats of CG-798 Black Iris to the outside of the bowl. Allow to dry.
- Stilt and fire to shelf cone 06.