Tutorial for lustres and marbelizer

Posted By on Nov 16, 2014 | 2 comments

Hi there ....

This article featured on my art blog Ingrid Lee Art, so I've brought it here to share with you! It's a great tutorial for trying new techniques with lustres.  Let me know how it works for you in the forum.  Like I say in all of my lustre courses, have spare small pieces of porcelain handy to use up left overs, just like I have for these paintings.

http://ingridcreates.com/tutorial-for-lustres-and-marbelizer/  tutorial

Ideal porcelain shapes are small boxes, pill boxes, pin or ring trays, smaller coupe plates, anumal shapes, jewellery blanks.  I have many small pieces with colours on them, and they eventually get used.  It's a great way to trial techniques, and still make good gifts.


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A quick and easy Tutorial for lustres and marbelizer as they are completed in 2 firings.  This project is inspired by a creative thinking technique of looking for possibilities ;)  I’ve included some other examples of plates I’ve started and adapted the idea.  In this first piece, the poppy flower was discovered from the lustred background after the decorative technique was completed…..

1) Clean your porcelain with methylated spirits.


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  1. I would love to get in to your lustre and marbleising site, in fact any lustre or porcelain painting teaching. I registered on your site the other day but it wouldn’t work for me, and just now I tried to register again and “it” said the user name had already been taken. Now I am not sure what to do? Any help?
    Thank you. Kaye Hurn

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    • Hi Kaye, yes you already registered, I have sent you an email with all of your profile details again. Please let me know if you need anything else. For a quick response, message me on facebook https://www.facebook.com/Ingrid.H.Lee Have a great weekend- I look forward to seeing you at our webinar too! Ingrid :)

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