Potters & Sculptors - Making Rock from Mud
Crowd-sourcing information and learning for mid-fire ceramic artists.
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Glazy.org - This is a very user friendly and powerful website for finding glazes, looking at their chemistry, storing and sharing your glazes and results. We have invested a lot of time and effort into our group glaze database at Insight-live.com, but glazy.org might be a better choice for our less tech-savvy members and possibly all of us.
Mightymudmixer.com - This company in Tennessee has filled the void left from when glazemixer.com went belly up several years ago. They have an array of glazes they compound, and will mix custom glazes to your specifications. This is a good option for those not wanting to stock up on raw materials or mix their own glazes.
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Updated October 28, 2019