White Mudcrack and Black Mudcrack were developed to create a highly-texture raised and cracked surface. The thicker the application, the more textured the surface. Mudcrack can be directly applied to bisqueware or in combination with other mid-range glazes.
Mudcrack: Shake vigorously upon opening. Continue to shake and stir to increase fluidity to the consistency of cream. For shown chip results, apply directly to bisqueware. Apply 2-3 coats. Allow glaze to semi-dry between coats. The thicker the application, the more textured the surface will be. If the glaze does not crack on the piece before firing, it will not crack after firing. Due to the surface texture, we recommend that these glazes only be used on decorative surfaces.
Cone 6 (1st photo): Black Mudcrack is a high-texture glaze that forms a raised, cracked surface. The thicker the application, the more textured the surface will be.
Cone 10 (2nd photo): Texture flattens, color remains black.