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13th-Dec-2006 12:08 am
been hanging out in the studio the last few days, it's great to be pretending to be in control for a bit. i am going to try to have enough 'quality' stuff to sell at an upper end inner city market early feb.  that'll be cool. 

anyway the mess. old glass pushed against the wall. clay working higher on the priority. hurrah


monstah as disscussed. 100g terracotta (as per festy-val stuff), 200g, and 300g. the bigger beaker is 380g ish. maybe. 


the little one will be a great single shot. the 3rd largest would be a good 250ml cup (i recon ;). the little one also is turned to within an mm of it's life. i think they all look like plant pots *shrug*  direction required the white flared one in the background will hold about 200ml. it's much thinner at the base than it looks.

13th-Dec-2006 12:36 am (UTC)
Hmm well the period piece we worked from looked a bit 'potty '.
Perhaps more research is required!
Although the flared glass version was nice, perhaps we should give that a go....force you to work on your lips!
I like these tho....we need to glaze them of course.....do you think clear or that awesome blue?
The more I look at the small one the more I like it.
The larger (not tall) version looks like it would be nice to drink hot chocolate out of.
A good test would be to fire the suckers and try the different beverages in them!
We want 'gezelig' cups!
You should post the images of the exampls I gave you so we can compare.
Can't wait to have a go at this!
Heh perhaps you could do a side line of chamber pots for when the patrons have spent all day guzzling coffee!
13th-Dec-2006 09:53 am (UTC)
13th-Dec-2006 12:37 am (UTC)
Also...a point Mies made was good. It has to feel nice in you hand!
All part of being gezelig
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