- Last Updated: Tuesday, 19 May 2020 12:47
- SB-104 Rimmed Salad Plate
- SB-105 Rimmed Dinner Plate
- SB-106 Rimmed Bowl
- SB-110 Dessert Bowl
- SB-119 9” Serving Bowl
- SW-501 White Gloss
- SW-502 Yellow Gloss
- SW-503 Orange Gloss
- SW-504 Red Gloss
- SW-505 Purple Gloss
- SW-506 Bright Blue Gloss
- SW-507 Bright Green Gloss
- SW-508 Black Gloss
- SW-509 Blue Gloss
- RB-140 #8 Soft Fan
- CB-106 #6 Script Liner
- AC-230 Clay Carbon Paper
- AC-222 Medium Writer Tip Kit
- Dish Soap
- Dixie Cup
- Patterns (Print 2 of each)
Designer: Carmen Allen
- Begin with properly fired cone 04 stoneware bisque. Moisten a clean sponge and wipe bisque to remove any dust.
- Using a fan brush, apply 2 heavy coats of SW-501 to the center of the piece, avoiding the rim.
- If applying a sea creature, cut the plain shape from paper pattern to use as a resist. Place the paper onto your piece. Be sure to work out and wrinkles or air bubbles.
- Allow to dry completely before applying bubbles. To apply bubbles, mix 1 parts of Stoneware Gloss glaze to 1 part water and 1 drop of dish soap. Place straw in liquid and blow into the straw to produce bubbles. Scoop the bubbles into the piece and be sure not to apply too many bubbles or they will pop and turn into a puddle. Try and cover the full area with as thin of a layer of bubbles as possible.
- Remove the paper resist if you used one and use a script liner to apply 3 coats of Stoneware Gloss glaze to fill it in.
- Use a damp sponge to wipe bubbles off of the rim and use a script liner to apply 3 coats of Stoneware Gloss glaze to the rim of the piece.
- Using a fan brush, apply 3 coats of Stoneware Gloss glaze to the back of the plate., avoiding the foot.
- Once the piece is dry, use AC-230 Clay Carbon Paper to transfer the details of the sea creature into the piece.
- Use the AC-222 Medium Writer Tip Kit writer tip kit to outline the sea creature with either SW-501 White Gloss or SW-508 Black Gloss
- Use a damp sponge to wipe away any glaze that may have gotten on the foot.
- Fire to cone 5/6. Samples were fired to cone 6.