Hurrah!! Congratulations, that was a great exercise, you must feel pretty good - now all that glazing to do.
Thanks! I do feel good, and too right about all the glazing.
Yes, that's the down side of making a lot of pots, glazing's the worst, I've got to go and do a load of that in a minute - will you try out different techniques, brushwork etc.?
I don't mind the glazing as much as I used to. I have come to accept it and anticipate it as a part of the process (it's all about the process).I will use several different techniques since I have so much to learn as I go. I've been doing some glaze trailing of late and have been known to put some slip on top of the glaze. I do some pouring of different glazes and layers and I generally spray the shinos with some oxides as well.I also have to glaze a pot for a raku firing on Wednesday. Work, work, work.S'all good.
Yea John. Way to go! Look forward to seeing you tonight.
YAY!!!! I am so impressed. Congratulations! Y'know...you wouldn't have to glaze all 100 if you wanted to add a few to the next barrel firing. ;)
Oops. Forgot to switch out google accounts. See ya tonight!!!
Becky-Thanks. I kinda' figured it was you. ;^)
congrats! I really like the tumblers. see you tonight! oh, and you're not old...
Amy-Thanks! Old is relative --I'm relatively old. :^)
Well I am one proud potter colleague!! And thrilled to see my name on your 100 pots sign!!! Great work. I know you have inspired many because of your awesome accomplishment. I won't make any "suggestions" for awhile but know I am contemplating the next one! don't be scared.Cheers again!!
Thanks for being the catalyst for my growth. I have learned SO MUCH during my journey.Oh, I'm scared alright.
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