top of page

Studio glazing

Public·200 members

Here are close up photos of the test tile walls for your reference. This post will remain pinned to the top of this page for your convenience.

Lonely Clay
Susan  G

Does anyone know what glaze combo this is?

Brooke Quinney
Brooke Quinney
Jun 07

I recently tried Toasted & Blue Durango and it came out like this! Doesn’t look exactly the same but kinda close


Nancy and Zoe we wanna know what glazes you used on these!!! Also Nancy if you have a picture of the pattern you made to get this result let us see it!

Brooke Quinney
Ariel Chang
May 30

That looks AMAZING!!


Hello everyone!

I am new to the studio and haven’t used studio glazes yet. I am wondering if anyone can share what glazes are super runny, runny combos etc. to prevent from having any major glaze accidents 😁

Are most glazes stable on their own? Thanks!

Flavi C
Flavi C
Flavi C
May 10

Hi! Most of the glazes have labels that say which ones are runny when combined. I’ve used those as a guide and haven’t had any disasters. The ones that are runny get a faster dip if I’m layering and a longer single dip if they’re on their own. I recommend making test tiles or sample pieces that you can test glaze on, and cookies for any running that can happen. These usually help me see results better because the glaze batches can vary ever so slightly from the test tiles on the wall, and the shape of a piece can alter the reaction / effects :) my favorite stable combo I’ve tested is rose quartz and opal



Share your favorite studio glazes, techniques, tips, tricks,...


bottom of page