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Speedball Underglaze Sampler Pack, (12) 2-Ounce Underglazes, Assorted Colors
- TRUSTED BY ACCLAIMED CERAMIC ARTISTS - Ideal for detailed painting, sgraffito decoration, watercolor effects, free brush painting, and mishima decoration
- GET CONSISTENT RESULTS - Opaque colors will not move or bleed. For best results, apply 2-3 liberal coats.
- WIDER FIRING RANGE - Designed to perform Cone 06-6, can be successfully fired at Cone 10
- LEAD FREE - Dinnerware safe when used and fired as directed (with covering glaze)
- WHAT'S INCLUDED - Includes (12) 2-ounce jars in the following colors: White, Yellow, Pink, Royal Blue, Sky Blue, Medium Green, Brown, Black, Grey, Orange, Red, Purple.
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Speedball Undedrglazes are ideal for a detailed painting, sgraffito decoration, watercolor effects, free brush painting, and mishima decoration. These opaque nderglazes will not move or bleed. Originally designed to perform in a wide firing range, Cone 06-6, these underglazes can be successfully fired at Cone 10. All colors are dinnerware safe when used and fired as directed. For best results, apply 2-3 liberal coats. All colors are lead-free. Includes (12) 2OZ Bottles: White, Yellow, Pink, Royal Blue, Sky Blue, Medium Green, Borwn, Black, Grey, Orange, Red, and Purple.
From the manufacturer
The Speedball Underglaze Line
- Available in 24 liquid colors including brilliant reds and oranges
- Colors fire true
- Dinnerware safe when used and fired as directed (with covering glaze)
- All colors are lead-free and carry the AP Seal
Trusted by Professionals, A Value Suited for Any Studio
Offering artists spectacular results that fire true consistently, Speedball’s Underglazes feature 24 intense colors, that are unmatched in vibrancy. Originally formulated to perform in a wide firing range, 05 - 6, Speedball’s Underglazes have been successfully fired at Cone 10. Suitable for use on greenware or bisque, each color produces a softer, velvety finish when left unglazed, and intensifies in richness when covered with a clear glaze.
- Trusted by some of today’s most well-known and acclaimed ceramic artists
- Offer incredible quality at an unbeatable price—up to 54% lower than the leading brands
- Opaque colors that produce consistent results; will not move or bleed
- Layering capabilities superior to all others on market
Bring Your Creations to Life
Trusted by Today’s Most Well Known Artists
World-renowned and up-coming artists alike are using Speedball Underglazes exclusively due to their incredible performance, value and versatility.
Ideal for detailed painting, sgraffito decoration, watercolor effects, free brush painting, screen printing and mashima decoration, the opaque underglazes are designed to perform in a wide firing range, Cone 05 – 6, and have been successfully fired to Cone 10.
Create Depth & Character
Speedball Underglazes can be used to create designs and patterns that will come through the glaze covering them, allowing for more visual depth and character. Although they are often used under clear glazes, they can also be used under other, generally light-colored, transparent glazes.
In the Studio
Speedball Underglazes can be applied to greenware and bisqueware. Colors will not move or flow during firing. For best results, apply 3 liberal coats and use with Speedball Earthenware or Stoneware Clear Glaze.
All colors are dinnerware safe when used and fired as directed, are lead-free and carry the AP Seal.
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I highly recommend these. They work well, give great color, and are very affordable.
Hint: put some underglaze and a drop or two of water in a fine tipped bottle for detailing.
And DO NOT ALLOW UNDERGLAZES TO FREEZE. The suspension will separate with unpleasant results.
The other colors are alright, yellow completely burned out at cone 10 firing. (See Judy plate - the flowers were yellow before firing) The yellow turns white (see dump truck cup, which was supposed to be yellow)
Brown burned out cone 10, but again it was a clumpy mess before applying. (See savage feather plate- feathers were colored brown)
Will try thicker layers and firing at cone 10 again and keep experimenting and updating. Blue did well, purple, pink, green & black.
All those pieces In picture were covered in clear coat and fired cone 10.