My kiln goddess. I painted her with blue and purple underglazes and wiped most of it off, letting it stay in the patterns I stamped on her. Most of the purple burned off, but the blue shows well.
Golden luster mugs.
Golden luster and oatmeal bowl.
Golden luster tumbler stamped with paisleys and an upsidedown wall pot in soda ash.
Turbulent indigo bowl.
Tiny turbulent indigo jar.
Lessons learned from the first glaze firing: I don't have to worry about the glazes running as much as I thought, so heavier application is possible, which will give me better color results. This is particularly true of the emeraude glaze, which you will notice is not featured here.