your work is beautiful and your surfaces are stunning.
Photos 11, 12 and 15 resemble effects I have gotten in Cone 10 Soda firings with Oribe Green (turning black when sprayed thicker and the varied Matte and Gloss surface).
Are these SH recipes or ones you have developed?
I am just starting my journey of moving from Soda to Cone 6 Oxidation and am interested in trying to emulate my Soda work at the onset then hopefully getting to a more distinct Cone 6 surface (one that could not be obtained in Soda).
Any help regarding this would be greatly appreciated.
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