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- Quality - not Quantity!

- Materials needed

- Order enamels

- Discuss sample pieces-

- Work on designs- 

-Rules: -acids-
-Kilns. etc.
-Let enamel thoroughly dry - before putting in kiln-

-Types of Enamels-


1. Samples of colors-
-flat coats of each
-samples of mixturss of opaques, of transparents-

For transparents-
Sample on one piece:
-over copper
-over. white
-over flux-

-Make a chart, which will be easily accessible while working in class!

2. Line (& Dot Design) - (Painted)
- Non objective or subj. mat &
-no larger than 2" x 3"
-using no more than 4 colors-
-can be organic or geometric
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