In the first photo I’m part way though the process.
From left to right- BRT pot with black under glaze in the recessed dots before bisque. It’s then been bisqued and had polar glaze poured over then partially wiped back. The legs have some glaze under a coat of red iron oxide wash.
No2 is a feeneys fine blend pot with black underglaze added post bisque then wiped back leaving traces in dips.
No 3 Is a FFB pot with a red iron oxide wash wiped back.
These were left to dry for a while to improve the glaze attachment.
Stage 2. Ready for firing from left to right below.
1.Black ug legs and rim before bisque then an upside down pour of polar glaze. This is a BRT pot.
2. Polar glaze has now been applied by brush with a thicker coat on the legs.
3. No more done. It’s the BRT above.
4 polar white glaze painted on and cleaned off the rim.