Saturday, July 24, 2010

More tiles - layered surface tests

And they're out of the kiln. Overall, I'm still very pleased with the potential of these new lowfire test tiles. I've got to be careful not to overdo the layering or they start to get a little muddy looking though.
They look a little jumbled shown all together like this - seems better to process them individually.

We'll, gotta run. We're off to the Bray Bash!


Barb Butler said...

Very Nice!!

monica said...

Wow. Those look amazing! Glad the experimenting is paying off.

Judy Shreve said...

Megan - these test are scrumptious! I love the water-color feel to them. A wonderful addition for your color base!
I've not been great about commenting lately (even tho I've been reading)-- but congrats to you -- on your residency & your pregnancy --

cookingwithgas said...

they are so lose and free! I like them very much- I am sure you will be happy to go back home and put this all to work!

Meagan Chaney said...

Wow! Thanks everyone! It's great to have support and encouragement when trying to the change direction of your work! Cheers!

ang said...

great stuff meagan, you just have to know when to stop layering, yes...gorgeous..