Are you a ceramic artist that struggles with glazing?
Do you have a love-hate relationship with glazing?
Do you get frustrated when the glaze does not come out right, and ruins your ceramic piece?
Are you tired of wasting time on bad glazes?
I, the author, will share the secret to getting the glazes you want, even if it's your first time working with ceramics.
Note: This book has 2 manuscripts
Book 1: Ceramic Glazing for Beginners
Book 2: Intermediate Guide to Ceramic Glazing
In this book you will discover:
5 solutions to your most frustrating glazing problems
One technique that can help you save months or even years of glazing research
5 simple glazing 'tricks' to always get the glaze you want
The secret to testing glazes safely
How to create test tiles that you can sell as miniature samples of your work
The biggest surface decoration mistake you could be making that is ruining your glazing results
The #1 ingredient to use in your glaze if you want to show off the detail and patina in your bisqware
How to use washes and underglazes to bring out the details in your bisqueware
Unique glaze combinations for Cone 6 and Cone 10 glazes
The #1 technique to capture the intricate details of any ceramic piece
I understand that this subject can be highly technical.
Therefore this book has been designed in a way that it conveys the secrets taught inside in clear and compelling language.
The concepts are explained in the simplest way possible, so that you can unravel the mystery of glaze, without confusion.
Here are the answers to some questions you might have about this book:
Q: What is this book about?
A: This book is a 2-in-1 guide to ceramic glazing. The first part of this book teaches you the basics of glazing, and the second part moves on to more complex topics like glaze layering and triaxial blends.
Q: I have never done glazing before. Will this book help me achieve a good glaze on my first try?
A: Yes. This book has been designed to be useful to even the most novice artists and enthusiasts. So even if you have never picked up a brush, this book will help you out.
Q: I don't have any fancy equipment, can I still use the techniques inside this book?
A: Yes. You don't need a fancy studio to do good glazing. All you really need is access to a traditional kiln, to get started.
Note: This book does not have pictures
An artist's perspective to glaze, color, and ceramic surface will transform your love-hate relationship with glazing.
So if you want to get the perfect glaze on your latest project, without having to spend hours going through the tiring cycle of glazing and reglazing your pot then...
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