The basic technique of resist inlay is to coat the surface of the pot with glaze or underglaze, cover with liquid wax resist, scratch your design through the wax and then brush a second color of glaze or underglaze over the incised design.
Crawl glaze is a textured glaze which separates or crawls when it is fired. Depending on how thick the glaze is applied determines the texture on the finished piece glaze is a textured glaze which separates or crawls when it is fired.
Saggar and Horsehair
Aluminum foil is wrapped around the pot to contain fumes so that the pot picks up color from the fumes. Horse hair is applied by heating up the already fired piece to 1500 degrees, taking it out of the kiln and applying the horse hair to the pot, which leaves a black carbon foot print.