Day 82: 100 Pots in 100 Days

Day 82: 100 Pots in 100 Days

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Not feeling so well tonight. The slip decoration inspired me but after my sleepless night I think it may have taken its toll.

The bowl was thrown today and the clay, being slightly drier, was better for throwing. The two pots from yesterday were played about about with and now look reasonable.

Nope the tiredness is making me stop. I hope the photographs help and that you can see a development. 

I am going to snooze!

 

Pot of the Day Process Gallery

Thrown

Clay type: White stoneware

Turned and decorated

Decoration: Just turned, no decoration

Biscuit Fired

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Glazed

Oxide: ?
Slip: ?
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Alternative Pot Process Gallery

Thrown

Clay: ?

Turned and Decorated

Decoration: ?

Biscuit Fired

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Glazed

Oxide: ?
Slip: ?
Glaze: ?
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Temperature: ?
Date: ?

Win a pot from the 100 days

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