Stormy Weather - Momka's
It is possible to retain a light purple when deep encased but most usually turns a creamy blue or tan. It can be made into twisties which retain striping when coiled. Wonderful in beads and easy to strike raku. Beautiful opaque purple makes a nice backing for marbles. Great potential when used in larger sculptural applications.
Ratings & Reviews
Perfect for sculpting!
by Lori E -
I love Stormy Weather! I didn't know what to expect from the weird opaque chartreuse rod the first time I picked it up, but it's magic: a pastel-y, (mostly) opaque amber-purple type color! (I suppose that makes it a boro "chalcedony.") The consistency is perfect for sculpting -- not too stiff or too runny when it's hot. Presonally, I don't care for the colors I get when it's encased with clear or imploded, but it's a winner for surface work.
by Jason B -
My most recent color discovered. Lots of experimenting with different strikes and love it.
Excellent base color
by Greg M -
SW is super creamy. When coiled up or raked over tubing; you can work it super fast with a high oxygen flame to keep it from over saturating. Then hit it with a neutral flame where you want to add a fumed effect. You can also reverse this method.
by Russ H -
Great color to use when coil potting. Easy to use, outcome is beautiful and the variation of colors you can get out of it by striking it differently is amazing.