See - here is more of why I suck at frit. I wanted to love this one. I really did. Others do such amazing stuff with it. Me - not so much.
Here we see it on clear, on a spacer. Quite nice. I shouldn't whine so much.
and here, over white. Again, very nice.
On blue - light opaque blue - CiM Zachary actually. Where did the blue go?
On ivory. Quite a lot of reation going on - too much, I think. Very dark bead, anyhow.
On black. Boo hiss - those dots were a brilliant blue when they went into the kiln. Not so excited about it now.
On EDP - actually - I really like the corona around the dots on this. Now how to make that work for me ... .
Reduced. OK - no illusions. I knew I wasn't going to like this one.
And finally - I actually halfway like this one - but not because of the frit.
Maybe that's the point - I expect too much from the frit.
This is ivory, silver foil, melt in (you know - maybe the ivory was a poor choice - the silver just reacted so much with it.) Frit, encase. Mash. Add the black. Rake. Add the ridges. It does look like a rock underwater with a ghost on it. The ghost is more obvious when you look at it from the other angle.
A ghost with a balloon, don't you think? ;-)