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Re: [art_education] Re: rubbing glazes?

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  • BGSU
    Have them use an underglaze first. Maybe they can sponge paint it on. Then, put a clear coat over it. Sometimes, overglazes don t mix very well, so that may
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      Have them use an underglaze first. Maybe they can sponge paint it on. Then, put a clear coat over it. Sometimes, overglazes don't mix very well, so that may not be a good idea, but you can always do tests!
      Meghan
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      From: aliteachesart
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      Sent: Thursday, October 27, 2005 3:30 PM
      Subject: [art_education] Re: rubbing glazes?


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      Can they paint a dark glaze over
      > part and then rub away... then use clear glaze on top? Any better
      > ideas?

      > Jan
      Yes, or you can use underglaze as a stain before clear glaze. Do a tester first to see what
      works best. You could also just glaze the inside of the pots to make them hold liquid. Ali





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