Copper Salt, shino inside, raku clay
Pete's Weathered Blue/Temmoku, raku clay
Spodumene, brownstone clay
Spodumene, raku clay
Shino inside, soda ash wash outside which gave the cup a nice wood fired look, raku clay
This was one of the few of my cups that wasn't white, love this cup!
Malcolms Red shino, Starwhite clay
Pete's Weathered Bronze,temmoku inside, raku clay, thick application
Heywood shino, raku clay
See? Everything is white, but I like it, just touches of rust here and there, nice...
This was a test tile. It had white terra sig and the pear was avocado terra sig. It mostly burned off and left this toasty color.
If you want any of the recipes, you can easily google them, they are all pretty common studio glazes and easy to find. If you can't find them, I will be happy to send them but it will be a while before I get back to you, I have a crazy few weeks coming up. I can't share the Heywood shino and the Biscayne, because they are Barbara's personal glazes and I would have to ask her.
Hope this has some interest for you, a big change of pace from what I have been doing, but the learning process never ends for me and this was a great exercise.