It was a little messy, I had to make 4 cuts on the top to be able to form the pot.
Working to get the basic shape for the pot was a lot of fun and not as difficult as I thought. I had to be very careful to avoid the clay getting dry and tear in some areas.
After sealing the cuts and adding more clay and paste to the joints, I let it dry and started sanding to obtain a smoother surface verifying that the joints were perfectly sealed.
After I was satisfied with the texture and joints, I started giving the pot its own personality, cutting the top and adding some texture on the inside.
My design came alive at the same moment I had the pot in my hands, ideas started to flow and my pot was on its way ;-}.
I was very anxious and a little worried about how it will come out.
Waiting was very stressful ;-}.
My pot came out of the kiln in perfect conditions!!!!!
I was very happy!
Hi, if yo don't mind me asking, How much did you pay for your website to be created. I am in the process of starting my business as a web designer and need to get a feel from the market.ReplyDelete
Well, I did not pay anything beacuse my husband created for me, he is the IT guy and I tell him what colors and type of letters I want.
Sorry I could not help you with this.
Good Luck on your new business!
Love your pot!! Would you mind sharing the size of it? There has been a lot of talk about making vessels on the Yahoo MC Group so this is very interesting... your decorations are spectacular.ReplyDelete
Thanks for your nice comments about my pot, I had a great time making it and love the results.
My pot is 1.3" x 1.3" more or less.