The mugs I shared in my last post came out of the kiln a little different than expected... they were intended to be the same drippy blue I've been using lately, but instead (due to kilns being a little temperamental) they turned out this beautiful Christmas green! A happy little accident as Bob Ross would call it
Vídeo de hoje é rapidinho, fazendo três incensários! Depois dessa etapa a peça seca por alguns dias pra voltar pro torno e ser feito o acabamento! Dessa vez a peça seca totalmente e vai pro forno pela primeira vez, essa queima é chamada de “biscoito”. ⏰☕️
Firstly, thank you so so much to all my followers and customers who have been so supportive and made my sale a success. Here's a quick throwing video for a lazy day. Hope everyone is having an awesome weekend and is excited for Thanksgiving!🦃
Also, If you havent picked up a mug yet, I have 20 or so more left on my page! Happy Sunday!🤗
Coffee mug, 1.5 lbs clay. Will need to be trimmed, have a handle made and attached, dried, bisque fired, glazed and fired again to cone 6- 2232 degrees. What is a reasonable price for a hand crafted ceramic coffee mug? Just wondering.....#claylife#potterywheel#conesixsalt
This one came out of the kiln the other day and it came out so much better than I expected. First time spray glazing something, and Im gonna use it as a candle holder so the light comes out the holes🕯
Finished my mushroom mug inspired by @loriphillipsceramics I used an iron oxide stain for the mushrooms, and cone 6 iron glaze and white glaze for the outer and inner mug. Im happy with how the iron oxide contrasts with the glaze!
A shot of the hot coals and ash flowing out of the firebox on an earlier woodfiring. It's important to rake these every once and a while and also happens to feel like shoving your arm and face deep into a cauldron of lava anytime you get close.