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Re: Underglazes or glazes


Date: Wed Nov 24 2004 - 07:18:40 PST

> Recommended to me were Duncan Concepts underglazes and Mayco Stroke and
> Coat, both needing a clear coat of glaze on top of color.
> And also suggested was regular glaze that doesn't need a top coat of
> clear.

I finally switched to underglazes the last few years I taught HS and would
highly recommend them. The fired colors are very close to the color in
the jar, so the students can visualize the results better. They were able
to do much finer detail work without all the running and dripping that can
occur during firing. Just use 2-3 coats for best coverage. I like the
matte finish, but they can dip or brush on clear glaze if they prefer