Why not make the brush marks part of the design?
Hi Lori, thanks, I'll have to think about that, I think this glaze would be better on a textured plate perhaps. Gary just advised me that the ceder leaves should be closer to the edge and wrap around the back like they are growing from behind, lol, he is an artist and doesn't know it.
Fish ones are great and I really like the last one. I have stuff that comes out that doesn't always meet my expectations, but have groan to love when looking again.Yep, the last one is my favourite.
Hi Cazz, thanks, you know a lot of time my least favorite one iis the one that sells first at a show. Ha, so glad you like that one.
I love the fish and the poppies platters. Very nice!
Hi Pam, thanks, everyone has a different favorite I guess.
This is a good array, too. You're on a roll! :)
Hi Lee, thanks, yep and I have another bisque load to do.
Brush marks can disappear if there are 3 coats of glaze applied for most glazes (I have learned the hard way) But then using them for design is good too. Lovely art gallery, Linda, and I think the rainbow trout is my fav too.
Hi Barbara, thanks, I did use three coats of glaze but maybe this particular glaze needs more, first time I have used it but looking sideways on the fish platters I can see the brush strokes of the glazing.
I like the geraniums a lot too, but I think the last one is my favorite, even if the background is dark. I like how you arranged the flowers on it.
Hi Michele, thanks, go figure my judgement isn't the best, lol
That is so funny, because the last one is my favorite too!!!
Hi Turquoisemoon, thanks, lol goes to show what my expectations and favorites don't correspond
I like them all, but I think the first is my favourite.
Hi Sue, thanks, well everyone has a different favorite, that's good.
These platters are simply lovely. Congrats on being so creative.
I love suggestions, questions, critiques, thanks for your comment