Shino changes dramatically with clay types and location in the kiln. I found some photos I thought I would share. Rather than mixing three different shinos, use the one glaze for multiple works.
All of these photos are with the same BATCH of Shaner's Shino:
Shaner's Shino Cone 10 redux
Nepheline Syenite 38.61
Ball Clay 16.83
Soda Ash 7.92
First Photo: Shaners on b-mix fired next to a copper red glaze. Fumes from the copper glaze were absorbed by shino in the same way shino "carbon traps"
Second Photo: Shaners doing its carbon trap trick. The piece was at the very top of the downdraft kiln where more smoke gathers. The ball lid was fired lower in the kiln making a nice orange contast to the black carbon trap.
Third Photo: Same glaze on death valley clay. Lovely red.