Hi everybody! Okay, I’m about to foray into the unknown once
I have a cast ring with small scale-shaped depressions I made
specifically to fill with enamel. The depressions go all the way
around the piece. Here are my questions which hopefully someone
will kindly answer:
Can I fill the depressions with gummed enamel and place the
ring on its side in the kiln, or will the enamel run out/squish
to the side?
If the answer to #1 is “no”, what’s the best way to do the
ring since the enamels go all the way around the band?
I should preface your answer by saying I know next to nothing
about enamels, so feel free to use small one-or-two-syllable
-Kieran, student whose ambitions outweigh her skill