I was looking through some old notebooks and found Humpty Dumpty, a design I haven't used in several years.
It's on terra cotta, glazed with thee coats of Spectrum #799 Majolica White. The colors are my own mixed Mason Stains.
This is first step, with all the main design elements painted in. Next I will put in some background details and wax resist all the painted work. Then I will work on the background, waxing where needed. Waxing makes it so much easier as I don't have to worry about background bleeding into the figures. Any colors that get onto waxed areas I can get off with one of the little eye shadow sponge applicators I keep on hand. It will be fired at a hot ^05.
Eventually I will fill the kiln so I can fire. As soon as my studio warms up a bit I will make a bunch of greenware to go in on separate shelves. It's one of the advantages to working in low-fire.
As always, thanks for stopping by.........*s*