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Topic: mug,soap dish, and free form vase-pottery  (Read 541 times)
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Bela-Kiss
« on: December 18, 2007 02:10:45 PM »

ok, I havent posted in a while because I have dial up and it takes forever to upload pictures...
but I got everything back from my teacher as today was the last day of class so I decided to show off some of my things....
not perfect pictures but they look better in person. Grin
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someone told me this vase looks like a burnt, moldy cigarette butt you'd find in the toilet but I love it anyway.
It is about the a foot and a half in real life...
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« Reply #1 on: December 18, 2007 02:45:32 PM »

The dotted plate cracks me up because I just glazed something in a similar pattern a few days ago. What method did you use to glaze the mug?

(I like the vase too.)
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lizz15235
« Reply #2 on: December 18, 2007 05:43:15 PM »

I loveloveLOVE the vase!
man
I wish I could do stuff like that
I'm taking ceramics next year so let's hope I don't suck
but yeah
that vase is sexy
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Bela-Kiss
« Reply #3 on: December 19, 2007 04:27:30 PM »

The dotted plate cracks me up because I just glazed something in a similar pattern a few days ago. What method did you use to glaze the mug?

(I like the vase too.)

thanks. Grin
I was fun to make.
For the mug I simply painted the whole inside wine the when it the glaze dried I put masking tape on it covering all parts I didnt want to be black. Then I went over it with black, waited for that to dry and gently peeled off the tape.
For the outside I just made it all purple, let dry, and then put black free hand circles on it. Grin I used brushes and lead free food safe glaze.
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