Use a pencil to lightly sketch where the potion will be painted in the glass. Sketch on the outside and inside of the glass.
Use a medium round brush to paint 2-3 coats of Orkid around when the potion will be painted.
When the Orkid is dry, dip a small round brush in Pink-A-Boo and add wavy, swirly, and curved lines in the potion. While the paint is still wet, use the same brush to add Melon-Choly in the same way in the potion. Repeat with Pinkie Swear until the potion (on the inside and outside) have been painted in.
Once the potion has dried, use the small round brush to add random waves of each color on top of the potion. Do not fill in the entire potion with a second coat, just small patches. This will add depth to the potion when it's fired.
When the potion is dry, sketch stars, dots, and circles in the potion for more depth.
Fill those shapes in with a liner brush and Purple Haze.
Use the liner brush to add thin wavy lines of Grapel in the potion for more depth.
Add a coat of Grapel on top of the stars, dots, and circles.
Splatter the glass Grapel.
Lightly sketch "Love Potion: on the base of the glass.
Use the liner brush to thin a small pile of tuxedo with clean water. Carefully fill in the letters with the thinned Tuxedo.
Splatter the glass with Tuxedo.
Clear glaze the glass and fire to cone 06.
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