Coyote Cone 6 - Layering Shino colors over Black
- Non Toxic
Dry - Health Warning
except Green (044)
Shino (042) over Black (002)
by Carol Kaleko
Want to get something incredible out of your electric kiln?
Coyote Shino glazes are the ideal match of beauty and reliability. Stable, easy to apply, and very user
friendly, the Shinos provide gorgeous effects and amazing variety, similar to gas fired glazes. They are
excellent when used over texture or on top of other glazes. The Shinos are easy to use, are not runny, and
with the exception of Green Shino (044), they are food safe.
Mocha (090) over Black (002)
by Mike Wisby
All of the layered glazes below are the indicated color over Coyote Black MBG-002. The
cups shown are made of a speckled buff colored clay, bisque fired to cone 06, but these glazes look great on any
cone 5-6 clay.
Gun Metal Green (026) over Shino (042) by D.P. Powell
For brushing, apply 3 coats of Black. Allow to dry, then apply 2 to 3 coats of the
Shino color. For best results alternate the direction of your brushstrokes; the first coat side to side,
next coat up and down. The glazes can also be applied by dipping, one coat of each color.
Fire to between witness cone 5 and cone 6. (For the samples shown here, Coyote fired to
cone 5 (fast) with a 15 minute hold.)
Try using some other Coyote Gloss series colors for your base color too! Some of our
favorites are Almost Teal, Chrome Green, Pansy Purple and Really Red.