Last week I went through the studio and got all the odd pieces of bisqueware that had been sitting around for various reasons and glazed them. I had a bunch of larger bowls intended for the salt kiln but because of the warping we've been having I held them back. So I glazed about 40 pots, they'll help fill the kiln loads for my students(aren't I just a nice guy?) as well as help clean out the studio.
These were made for my amber glaze but why not shino? I like them.
The best part about this shino is it pinholes like crazy, especially over roughed up turned areas.
Ame and 442. The 442 was a tad thick I guess, that's a lot of pooling in the bottom.
This is 442 over crackle slip. I've used crackle slip here and there for the last couple years. The downside to this stuff is that it only crackles real intensely for a couple hours after you mix it. I save the leftovers and use it anyways. It still has a faint crackle on the thrown surface.
And it still crackles nicely over a roughened up surface.