I've done some pretty nice ITP swils with "goopy" batter. The issues come when it actually sets up and gets like ragged and hard (like an actual seize). Those times it doesn't end up very nice. You hand stirred in the FO this time, right? From what you said it sounds like you got to thick trace rather than actually seizing the batter...which is pretty good for an accelerating FO. Just whack the mold on the ground well to try to get the air pockets out.Well, I tried it with that new mix of oils. They didn't give me quite as much working time as the other recipe (I had maybe 3-4 minutes, the other one probably gave me about 5-6, so there's not a lot in it), but it was a decent amount. I'm not sure what it is, but there's something about that fragrance oil which really accelerates the trace. I tried a swirl in the pot, but it had gone gloopy as I started to pour and the last bit was being spooned into the mould. Usually I'd bin it if it did that, but I am just going to see what it turns out like. I doubt it'll be anything I think "Oooh, pretty!" to - but it might be useable.