Back to Pots...Really.
I have a table full of finished mugs. I started out this cycle deciding to make mostly larger pieces. Large vases, large bowls, large platters and then something happened and my scale shrunk back down. I have a nice variety of small, medium and large pieces now. So...I'm glad that I didn't stick to my game plan.
I'm looking for some energy to start glazing for this next kiln-load. I have the final, very damp bisque soaking right now and will fire that off later tonight. I haven't really started glazing yet...I've just been staring blankly at the bisqueware on tables and shelves all afternoon.
I really like how everything turned out so I basically see almost everything getting a thick coating of celadon again and hoping for the best. So....tonight will be a prep session....waxing, clearing shelves and the like and getting ready to really glaze tomorrow....hopefully. I do need this next round of pots for the show so I need to get that motivation back soon. I'm going with the theory that this will be like painting...the prep work takes some time and isn't fun but the actual glazing will go quickly and then I can load up quickly.
Here are a couple pics of my table of mugs.