One of the issues that I’ve been having is inconsistent reduction as seen in the pic above. From the Brian Keyte Workshop, I learned that I must reduce only from the flu (not the gas burners) to get a good even redux. So that will be what I try in my next firing.
Don’t you love it when all the stars align and the glaze actually does what you want it to? This is a great red in my humble opinion.
Here are more photos of some of my pots out of my the latest cone 10 Redux firing.
Lots of big bowls!
I started redux at 750 degrees celcius and got great copper reds!