I've been mixing up some new glazes and here are two that I tested last week. The first is what I call Celery. It's a fresh, bright, light green - I am so please with the way it came out! Sometimes I will only test a new glaze on a few pieces just in case it isn't quite what I was hoping for. That way I won't be stuck with a zillion ugly pieces. But this time I had a feeling it was going to be just right so I glazed everything in sight. Thankfully I am thrilled with the color and won't have to tweak the recipe at all. Yay!
The second color (below) is a lovely gray. I still haven't come up with a good name for it yet - any suggestions? It's a wonderful neutral color that goes great with just about any color you put next to it. I will tweak the recipe just a little for the next batch but it will be basically the same - just a little more transparent.
I will be listing most of these components in my Extra shop during the week. If you see anything you want just drop me an email (firstname.lastname@example.org) and I will reserve it for you. :)
Discus hoops in Celery. They can be found here.