This article describes how to do a metallic scratched technique in enamel designs in visual step by step procedure.

 Metallic Scratched Technique

Apply the industrial liquid enamel by pouring and rotating Apply the industrial liquid enamel by pouring and rotating
Once the surface has been covered, the excess is poured into the jar. Once the surface has been covered, the excess is poured into the ja
The layer (thickness) should be thin. Let it dry very well The layer (thickness) should be thin. Let it dry very well
Once the layer is dry, we transfer the design by scratching it with the tip of a scribing tool. Once the layer is dry, we transfer the design by scratching it with the tip of a scribing tool.
Finishing the design using the scribing tool. Finishing the design using the scribing tool.
Firing the enamel design onto the metal. Firing the enamel design onto the metal.
Allow to cool, and remove the oxidization from the metal. Allow to cool, and remove the oxidization from the metal
With a paintbrush, apply gold (liquid metal) on the surface of the fired enamel. With a paintbrush, apply gold (liquid metal) on the surface of the fired enamel
lt doesn't matter if we stain the metal. Let it dry very well and fire. lt doesn’t matter if we stain the metal. Let it dry very well and fire.
Clean the metal of liquid gold residue using steel wool. Clean the metal of liquid gold residue using steel wool.
With a clean cloth or steel wool, apply the black chemistry patina (calcium polysulfide) by rubbing into the metal. With a clean cloth or steel wool, apply the black chemistry patina (calcium polysulfide) by rubbing into the metal.
The liquid gold will shine brighter with the contrast of the black patina. Other chemicals could be used to patinate the exposed copper. The liquid gold will shine brighter with the contrast of the black patina. Other chemicals could be used to patinate the exposed copper.