Latest topics
» Hemara "Cera Rose" vase
Decorating with bubbles ... EmptyThu 23 May - 15:21 by Maryr

» Crown Lynn Swan 2147
Decorating with bubbles ... EmptyMon 20 May - 17:39 by Ev

» Pottery teapot is by Gyan Daniel Wall from Oz
Decorating with bubbles ... EmptySun 19 May - 19:53 by Ev

» Catherine Anselmi Railway cup shape Tangerine
Decorating with bubbles ... EmptyFri 17 May - 7:21 by JanPots

» Catherine Anselmi Railway cup shape . Philippa
Decorating with bubbles ... EmptyFri 17 May - 7:06 by JanPots

» Like Hampton, but on a Fabrique background
Decorating with bubbles ... EmptyThu 16 May - 18:47 by JanPots

» The fabulous Maui plaque
Decorating with bubbles ... EmptyWed 15 May - 11:23 by minceandcheese

» Pink roses is called Gay Rose
Decorating with bubbles ... EmptyMon 13 May - 13:57 by Ev

» Intercontinental hotel pattern
Decorating with bubbles ... EmptySun 12 May - 9:35 by JanPots

Decorating with bubbles ...

Go down

Decorating with bubbles ... Empty Decorating with bubbles ...

Post  Ev on Mon 17 Sep - 11:59

Underglaze colour [I used slip with turquoise stain]
Liquid soap [not detergent]
A straw.

Add a couple of drops of soap to the underglaze add water to a milk consistancy.
With the straw, blow bubbles into the underglaze colour and let them spill over onto the bisqued piece. Clear glaze and fire.
Some colours worked better than others, eg yellow didn't show up that well, where as lilac and pale green worked a treat. It seemed that the thinner the mixture the more definite the bubbles showed up, almost like wire netting Smile
This would look different again if a base colour was first applied and a contrasting colour was used for the bubbles.
Lots of possiblities and heaps of fun!!!!

Decorating with bubbles ... Decora10

Number of posts : 14135
Location : Sth Auckland New Zealand
Interests: : NZ Studio Pottery and NZ Pottery History
Registration date : 2008-08-28

Back to top Go down

Back to top

Permissions in this forum:
You cannot reply to topics in this forum