A marbleizing technique involves gently swirling several glazes without fully blending them. Glazes tht are too fluid will continue to blend during firing; Foundations and Stroke & Coat are good to use for marbleizing.
- MB-1266 - Round Pot
- FN-009 - Black
- FN-203 - Dry Champagne
- FN-220 - Sooty Grey
- FN-221 - Milk Glass
- AC-219 - Designer Bottle with Writer Tip
- CB-604 - #4 Soft Fan
- BT-910 - Synthetic Sponges
- Straight Pin: optional, but dragging the pin through the glazes will help with the marbleizing effect
- Begin with properly fired shelf cone 04 bisque. Moisten a clean sponge and wipe bisque to remove any dust.
- Using a CB-604 #4 Soft Fan, apply 1 coat of FN-221 Milk Glass on the outside of the pot.
- Fill 3 separate AC-219 Designer Bottles with the following colors: FN-203 Dry Champagne, FN-220 Sooty Grey and FN-221 Milk Glass. Add a few drops of water to slightly thin. This will make the glaze move easier. Too much water will make the glaze run off the piece. Mix each well. Note: Do not use the metal tip, just the plastic.
- Squeeze each of the glazes, FN-203 Dry Champagne, FN-220 Sooty Grey and FN-221 Milk Glass, onto the piece in a spiral pattern then rotate the piece so the glazes start to blend into one another. If there are any blank areas, add more FN-221 Milk Glass. Continue around the piece until all the outside is covered. Allow to dry.
- Using a CB-604 #4 Soft Fan, apply 2- 3 coats of FN-009 Black on the inside of the pot. Allow to dry.
- Stilt and fire to shelf cone 06.