Finally, some completed pottery images: I applied the glaze too thickly (and it was a very runny glaze) so it melted off the bowl in the kiln and stuck to the surface. RIP it's smooth bottom. I also worked on my calla lily piece for a few hours this week. I have an application for a grant coming up so I need to finish it this week! Goodnight! Kay
Rapid succession of images! I have even more pottery to photograph and upload! One (large) piece that I'm working on is a belated Mother's Day gift, so I'll post that one after my mother has actually received it (no online surprise spoilers!) The pieces photographed here are three plates and three little catch-all dishes. They'll end up being completely different colors once they are fired in the kiln. Oh, the magic color changing powers of glaze and very high temperatures.
This past week a character came into my mind and I put her on paper. The character is still in development, but her current backstory is that she fights off white cowboys that are up to no good (which, in this world, they always are). This takes place in a futuristic land, maybe on Earth, maybe not on Earth. Magic is a common practice in this western land. I want to illustrate some scenes with her, but I'm going to put this idea flow on hold for a while because I need to re