I was on a streak a couple of Saturdays ago and threw until my wrists ached and my back screamed. By the end, I was throwing like I did in college: quickly and thinly. I’m still not getting the height I want, but one thing at a time. This is a process.
Last weekend, I glazed the pieces I chose to keep (I discarded 1/2 of what I threw). And as with my last session, there were duds and winners. First the duds.
1.Bowl. Celadon undercoat; Wheat 2nd coat; White top coat.
At least that’s what my notes say. I suspect I forgot the White coat, or it was too thin to be useful. Regardless, the outside worked out well, but the inside is thin and runny. I’m going to re-glaze the inside, this time with 2 more coats of Celadon. I want to love this glaze, but this is…
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