Underglaze Pencils: Apply to bisque ware. After decorating dust lightly with a dry brush to remove excess particles then cover with a clear glaze. Also, diluted Amaco gum solution can be sprayed on top on the pencils to prevent smudging. Mix 1 tablespoon of gum solution 1 pint of water in a spray bottle. Spray on work before glazing. Black & Green will maintain color up to cone 10. Cone 5 for all othersSemi Moist Pans are especially good for watercolor effect and painting fine detail. Pink, maroon, peach, rose and yellow hold their color when fired up to cone 6. All others may be fired to a cone 10 with good color retention.
Potter's Pens are underglaze,
in an easy to use pen form. Apply on bisqueware, as you would with pen
on paper. Fire to cone 06 - 9, for these colors. AP Non-toxic.
Underglaze Chalk: These 2 3/4" long chalk crayons range from intense hues to pastel tones. On bisque pottery they are used like pastels. Colors may be blended or smoothed by rubbing with the fingers or a swab of cotton on a toothpick. Watercolor effects are obtained by brushing sketches with water. For fine lines, the chalk crayons can be sharpened. Small pieces of chalk crayon may be dissolved in water for painting or spraying. Diluted Amaco gum solution can be sprayed on top on the chalks to prevent smudging. Mix 1 tablespoon of gum solution 1 pint of water in a spray bottle. Spray on work before glazing.
Potter's Pads are preloaded underglaze stamp pads that work just like inked stamp pads. These work with traditional stamps and transfer the image very cleanly, with nice detail. It's a great way to create multiples, but with a One of a Kind appearance. Fire to cone 06 - 9. All are AP Non-toxic