Great lesson! Just a few questions!
Should the paper the image is printed on be regular laser paper? Does the weight of the paper matter?
If you sandwich the print between layers of glass would you fire the first layer as shown then add the top layer of glass to cap it off? I wondered if there would be any distortion of the print either way when its fired?
In pondering Gerry's earlier question of different color inks and continuing it with a question of different colored powders, would you try to match the ink to the color of the powder? i.e. if I wanted a orange print would I need to use orange ink/powder or does the ink burn off only leaving the color of the powder behind? I hope I worded that correctly!
As for the firing schedules, the lesson was a little vague only stating using your schedule for the affect you were after but not saying what different temps would create what affect. Perhaps this is where we might need to take the class
which is on my list for the near future but just curious!
Thanks for a wonderful advanced lesson!