Founded in 1935 by Friedrich Schleich in Schwäbische Gmünd, Schleich is one of the biggest toy manufacturers in Germany today and the leading international provider of realistic animal figures. The design of the figures and play worlds, the manufacturing of the production tools and also the quality and safety tests are performed in Germany to this day. Production is carried out at the company’s headquarters in Schwäbische Gmünd as well as other production sites abroad.
Find out the different colours you get when you dip your clay in your glaze mix, and when you brush in onto your pottery piece.
I am only new to pottery making and glazers. A lady who has retired from making pottery, sold me all of her pottery stuff. Gas kiln, equipment, mixed glazers, lots of minerals and more.
This is the result of one of the glazers that was already mixed, with the recipe on the lid.
Colour was Orange/Brown.
Ball Clay 80
Red Iron Oxide 60
The mix the colour looks like a dark brown.
I was using two different glazers. I wanted to see there colours together.
First I brushed on the glaze, I did two coats of the brush on. Just love the colour after firing. It did run a little bit.
This tells me next firing watch the bottom of the pot, not to thick of glaze at the bottom.
Next I had two pots I wanted the same. First I dipped the bottom of the clay pots in a pinky glaze. The i dipped them in the brown glaze, I dipped them in the glaze slowly, and pulled it straight out. This is the results.
The brown glaze is a nice colour. I going to add more water to the mix, and only use the brown glaze a little on the top, so it can run down a little and have more of the pink glaze on the bottom.
Well that is my story about my orange/brown glaze.
It will take a while to find out, but it would be interesting to know what colour I would get if I sprayed the glaze on.
Chantelle is a Schnoodle dog. Very Intelligent , and a great companion.
My baby girl Chantelle is due to have puppies middle of October 2021. This will be her second litter.
She was a very good mummy to her first litter, of four pups.
Chantelle did all the work. I watched her, just incase she needed my help.
I Love my dog.
Chantelle is always around me, she is very protective of me , Chantelle lets me know when someone comes over.
No one comes in my yard, with out her telling me.
She is very intelligent, comes and hits me, when the postman comes. Always tries to talk to me, She is very delightful dog, to have as a companion. She is a all round beautiful dog. Put a smile on your face.
Loves her baths. She only eats certain foods. Loves to go in the car for drives.
When we go on holidays, we put her into doggy day care for the day, so we can go places were dogs are not allowed.
Her hair is light and thin, needs cutting a little bit in the summer months.
Chantelle hates me cutting the hair around her feet, most dogs do any way.
Her hair does not fall out every. Chantelle loves the attention you give her, love a brush and cuddle.
My baby girl is a really beautiful girl. Well behaved.
Chantelle on a camping trip with us.
Father of the puppies name is Buster, he is a Cavoodle.
He has the hair like a poodle, curly. Black and white. He is a beautiful dog. Smart.
Brakes AP Racing two-piston calipers, front and rear.
Suspension Steel Double wishbones, front and rear:
Steel, machine-welded stub-axles.
Front Track 1686mm.
Rear Track 1686mm.
Alain Prost Story.
An ardent soccer and motorcycle racing aficionado, Alain Prost first encountered competition on four wheels when he accompanied his brother to a kart track.
Barely 14 at the time, he soon made this bright new world his own. He rapidly forged an enviable reputation through a combination of unquestionable natural flair and a strong interest in the sport’s tecnical side.
After winning the French and European Formula Renault titles (1976-77).he cruised to the European F3 title in 1979 and graduated to F1 the following season, when McLaren swooped tp capture one of the sports most promising young talents.
He competed in his first world championship grand prix at Buenos Aires, Argentina, in 1980- and scored a point on his debut.
The legend was gaining momentum.
Prost switched to Renault and become a serious world championship contender, just missing out on the title in 1983.
The following season he rejoined McLaren and again finished as world championship runner-up, only half a point behind team-mate Niki Lauda.
He finially claimed the sports biggest prize in 1985, when he became Frances first Formula One world champion- a success he and McLaren repeated the following season.
Prost developed a reputation for a smooth driving style and relentless attention to detail when it came to chassis set-up qualities that led to him being nicknamed “The Professor”.
He clinched a third world title in 1989, after pipping McLaren team-mate Ayrton Senna, and then signed for Ferrari.
He fought hard, but in vain, for the 1990 world title and then decided to take a year away from the sport at the end of the 1991 campaign.
He made a stellar return in 1993, with Williams-Renault , and swept to a fourth world title.
At the time his 51 grand prix victories made him the most successful driver in F1 history, in terms of race wins.
That was an appropriate moment to bow out and he subsequently turned his attention to putting together his own F1 team, Post Grand Prix, which competed in F1 from 1997 until 2001. He was by no means yet finished as a driver, however, and in 2003 he made his debut in the Trophee Andros ice-racing series at the wheel of a Toyota.