After switching from Cone 10 reduction to cone 6 oxidation firing, I came to realize that cone 6 oxidation firing is a whole new realm in the ceramic world to explore. I feel it's foolish to reproduce cone 10 glaze quality in cone 6 glazes.
Currently I just modify found cone 6 glaze recipes; mostly added more flux or overlap two glazes to make them slightly “runny”. A clean 45 degree cut on the foot rim can prevent the glaze from running to kiln shelf.
creamy rust over orange street (from Mastering cone 6 glaze)
floating blue over mystery blue/ green
floating blue over very black
mystery blue/ green over floating blue
no tin white
mystery blue green