The effect of going from light to dark colors is called "ombre." It looks great and is super easy! You can apply the ombre effect to many pieces of pottery, and you can use all kinds of colors (we have so many different shades of pink in our studios, it's not even funny)! My favorite alternate title for this video blog is: Four Shades of Purple!
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I would like to use a couple shades of yellow on the bottom and then a couple shades of blue on the top. My mom has those colors in her kitchen and would make it for her!
Definitely greens! From warm yellow-greens. moss, avocado to dark hunter…!
I would like to try using sunset colours. Or maybe fall colors, yellow,Orange,red
Well, purple is my favorite color…….. :)
purple, purple, purple is my favorite color!!!! love it!
Red or green.
I never thought I would be able to do ombre, but after seeing the video I am ready to try. I’m thinking I would do different shades of bright yellow for a coffee mug to help me wake up even more in the morning. Thanks!
I thought that would be Much harder than it Is. Ill be using this effect on my next piece done in shades of teal and sea greens :-D Thank you for the quick demo!
Yellow, orange, red. I love those fall colors!
I would use orange to paint my pottery because I am a UT football fan!
Congrats, Teresa! You were randomly selected as the winner of the ombre mug!!
I love the purple, but I would love to try browns to light teal.
Pink Pink Pink! I would chose Pink!
Pink pink pink I love it I love it I love!
I would us maroon colors.
I would paint it pink.
my favorite color is purple
I like purple my favorite I love it I LOVE IT! <3
Light to dark Red.
My favorite colors are lime green and orange, so I’m not sure which colors I would use—possibly make two different mugs—one with variations of each color!
blue to green. beautiful design.
Magenta! or Fushia
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July 14, 2017
Blues since there are so many wonderful shades and it is my four year olds favorite color. Thanks for making it look easy.