Published May 17, 2018, 5:46 p.m.
Here I'm slow-drying the white enamel. I'm not sure from this photo if this is the top or bottom layer of enamel that's being dried. With the spraying of wet-process enamel, the dried enamel forms a strong-enough layer for it to be gently handled, so the other side of the enamel can be sprayed without firing inbetween.
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|Making elliptical enamel plaques|