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Banding

Duncan

Technique Description: Banding is a good way to create even, uniform circular bands of color on a piece that is generally symmetrical in shape (platters, cups, vases, etc.).

Step 1: Thin paint
E-Z Stroke™ Translucent Underglazes are ideal for banding on color. Thin color with water to a milk consistency.
Thin paint
Step 2: Hold brush steady
Choose a brush size that best fits the size of the area you are painting. Center the piece on a banding wheel, and turn the wheel slowly with one hand while adding color with a fully loaded brush. Hold your hand as steady as possible for smooth, even lines. Reload brush as needed.
Hold brush steady
Step 3: Create wavy bands
For another technique, try using a Fan brush to create streaky bands of color.
Create wavy bands
Step 4: Apply Clear glaze
Once the bands have dried, apply Clear Glaze.
Apply Clear glaze
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