Tests using traditional line, triaxial, and biaxial blends can teach us a lot about ceramic chemistry. But sometimes they feel limiting. What other possibilities are there? Arranging a series of line blends into a “complete graph” might be illuminating. And instead of a flat biaxial, what about a three-dimensional pyramid/tetrahedron? What if blends went 3d?
I’d love to hear the #glazenerd army’s thoughts on other types of blends we could use.