Pencils, Stamping Pads, Pens, Markers, Tracing Paper
for drawing, stamping or signing pieces. Many styles and colors.
versatile. Sketching on bisqueware results in a pebbled
appearance. All colors can be blended by rubbing with fingers or a
cotton swab. Watercolor effect can be obtained by brushing
sketches with water, or using a wet brush. Small pieces of crayon
can be dissolved in water for painting or spraying. The 2
1/4" x 7/16" crayons may be sharpened to create lines.
Cover with clear glaze and fire to maturing temperature of glaze.
Sponge on first coat of glaze to avoid smearing.
High-fire Cone 6 - 10
These high fire underglazes are all designed to be bright and true from
cone six to cone ten!
Underglaze in pints and gallons EM
|This series of underglazes is recommended for schools and others desiring
underglazes that do not contain lead. They are safe for use on food and
beverage containers when properly fired. Stocked in a variety of
bright primary colors. In stock!
Liquid Underglaze Decorating Colors are concentrated, opaque colors
recommended for covering large areas quickly, easily and smoothly.
Results are equally effective when the colors are used for detailed
painting, sgraffito decoration, water color effects, free brush
painting, wax resists and mishima decoration. Colors may be brushed on greenware
which is to be bisque fired before applying a covering glaze, or on
mature Cone 04 bisque, then covering glaze applied and fired to maturity
temperature of the clear glaze. Also use for coloring slip or
Set 108. 109, 110, 111
|AMACO® Semi-Moist and Tube Underglaze Decorating Colors are suitable
for many types of ceramic painting. They are especially good for
water color effects and painting of fine detail.
Decorating colors are concentrated, intense and opaque. Additional
shades and tints can be made by intermixing. Colors may be brushed
on either bisque or greenware. A brush dipped in water lifts the
color for decorating. Further thinning of the water soluble colors
prepares them for transparent water color effects by brushing. Tube
Underglaze Colors are the correct consistency for silk screen printing.
Because the colors are approximately the same tone before and after
firing, the effectiveness of color combinations and blending can be
observed as painting progresses. Colors dry quickly and may be handled
without damage. All colors in the Semi-Moist Underglaze Series are AP NON-TOXIC.
| Amaco Velvet Underglaze
are a very versatile, semi-translucent underglaze which offers two
finish possibilities. When left unglazed they have the appearance
of velvet. Or, when glazed with a clear gloss glaze, they have a
soft, satin matt finish. They are rich colors and can be used for all
over coverage similar to an opaque underglaze. Colors may be mixed
together to create unique colors. Use on greenware, then bisque
prior to applying a clear glaze. Or use on bisque with a covering
glaze applied prior to firing. Velvets tolerate a wide firing range, and can
be used on most temperatures and clay bodies. Some colors may fade
at high temperatures (cone 7 and up). When used without a glaze
cover, Velvets should not be used on food or drink containers.
Gloss Decorating Colors for bisque or Majolica. Maybe
applied using Majolica technique, or may be used in a one step
underglaze method: Apply GDC colors directly over Cone 04
bisque to create a design, then apply clear glaze and
fire. There is no need to fire the GDC before applying the
clear glaze. However, clear glaze should be applied by
dipping or by sponging. One coat of GDC will create
translucent designs, or apply 2-3 coats for a more solid
| Duncan EZ Strokes
have become popular for their versatility. Their translucent
quality makes them suitable for use with a number of decorating
techniques including airbrushing, antiquing and brushwork.
One stroke is all you need for most design work. One or two
additional strokes may be added for depth and shading while the color is
still wet. (Do not apply additional coats after the color has
dried, or the heavy buildup may cause popping off, bleed, or bubbling). E-Z strokes may be applied over most
underglazes, including Cover-Coats and other E-Z stroke colors, allowing
the base color to show through. They may also be used to tint clay
slip, most glazes, and other E-Z stroke colors. May be used on
greenware or bisqueware. For best results fire to cone 06 after
application, then glaze fire. Glaze fire from cone 06-1.
Some colors will go to cone 10 oxidation.
coat is translucent. The second is semi-opaque. Three coats
give bisque full coverage. All are non-toxic. Can be used
without clear glaze, but is designed for use with Envision
Clear glaze or Diamond Clear (brush-on or dipping).
are easy to choose in harmonizing shades. Stay in either the
light, the bright, or the dark category and they will match in
Check out the new colors. CN501-506 Neons;
Concepts are often used for painting onto
already fired tiles and dinnerware, then re-firing. Even though it
is an underglaze, many have reported good success using them in this
solid-color, 3-coat coverage on greenware. Some colors may also be
applied to bisque (check label.) Cover-Coats fire to an opaque,
porous matte finish. A clear glaze finish is used to seal the
porous surface and to brighten the underglaze colors. Colors
may be tinted with E-Z Strokes or other Cover-Coats. Colors shine with polishing technique
which is done by completing application, mixing a further quantity of
the color half and half with water, and applying to small sections of
the piece at a time. Just as the wet look disappears, polish
briskly with a soft cloth. Overlap each area as you go until
finished to a satin sheen. After firing this surface will be water
resistant but not waterproof.
Sun Strokes Brilliant Underglazes
reds, oranges, yellow and green! Six intense special underglazes
specifically formulated for Cone 06-05 in oxidation and raku
firings—with or without a clear glaze.
Sun Strokes Underglazes have a gloss finish even when fired without the
clear glaze. Therefore if they are applied on the bottom of the
piece, they must be stilted when fired or they will stick to the kiln
shelf. Clear glaze smoothes out and brightens the colors.
Now are non-toxic!