Framed Ceramic Tile


#1

Just an updated photo on the ceramic tile I did a few weeks ago.
Speed 600
Power Full
LPI 450
Focus Ht .29"

I ran my permanent black in over it and when that dried I ran my silver inkpad over it. Wiped it off, taking some of the silver away and then repeated with the permanent black again and rubbed some away. Left it with a beautiful “blackish”, shimmery color. I edged the ceramic tile with the inkpad, just running it around the edges, slightly pushing onto the tile.
Bought about 12 frames from Blick, some 4.25" square and a few 6" square. This is the Rosewood color and I love it. They have several different colors in addition to unfinished ones.
I found the frames a bit cheaper at www.aftosa.com after I had already purchased these. Also found some frames at www.marylandchina.com and they have iron trivets for ceramic tiles too.


#2

I’ve got to start experimenting with tile!


#3

That is absolutely beautiful! I can’t believe the detail that you were able to get out of the tile. I think the rosewood is a great choice for the frame too.


#4

Great engraving, nice technique


#5

Absolutely beautiful! You are really refining the tile technique. Thanks for the frame links also–they really set off the tiles nicely and give you a great finished product.


#6

That’s pretty cool! Did you paint after the etch or is this straight out the GF?


#7

Lovely! :slightly_smiling_face:


#8

Very nice! Your finishing really makes it pop. Thank you for sharing the technique! :sunglasses:


#9

Stunning, and I love the idea of layering the colors to get that effect :slight_smile:


#10

After removing from GF I cleaned with alcohol and then ran my permanent black inkpad over it and when that dried I ran my silver inkpad over it. Wiped it off, taking some of the silver away and then repeated with the permanent black again and rubbed some away. Left it with a beautiful “blackish”, shimmery color. I edged the ceramic tile with the inkpad, just running it around the edges, slightly pushing onto the tile.


#11

Nice one! Loved the contrast if it! :clap:t2::clap:t2::clap:t2::clap:t2:


#12

What a stunning finish! Beautiful photo … looks amazing on the tile!