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Judith B last won the day on October 12 2014

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  1. That looks really fun Do sellers dress up as well? ^^
  2. I'd go for the potter camp. I don't mind rain at all, have been hiking and camping under the rain it doesn't bother me. As long as there is a kind of shelter at some point. The beach is nice for sure but I'd rather geek out with clay
  3. Wow very interesting results. I like the softness of the colours on the small round vases, and the texture in the pot at the bottom and centre of the last picture. How many students did you have?
  4. I've seen it a bit too, just wipe and off and keep throwing, it doesn't affect anything really as far as I know
  5. @GEP I wanted to like your post but it looks like we can't like Staff's content. Thank you so much for all the effort the admins have all put in trying to make it work. While I understand adapting might be difficult for some people and I don't want to dismiss their struggles, I also want to take the time to thank you all and appreciate all the hard work and all the things you've been trying to deal with since that transition. Without you we wouldn' be able to connect at all. I saw that some of the complaints had been heard (for example the Like button replaced the icons that some people didn't like) and I appreciate that you try to listen to what the community has to say
  6. Home Made Kiln Controller

    Wow I a so impressed, I could never do such a thing myself. Congrats on making it work!
  7. new forum, what i dislike

    I don't think the new design has changed how people interact on the forum at all and you can see in the activity streams the new comments on posts. Check out Joseph's post he did an amazing job making it really clear
  8. PQotW: Week 25

    Not entirely sure about the firing technique but: 1 - 3 2 - 4 3 - 2 4 - 1
  9. Ah yes, reclaiming clay. I really hope when I get my own studio I manage at some point to have a pug mill, that would make it so much easier!
  10. I join you on glazing. So many times I have been frustrated with the glazing, that's the step where I screw up most of my pieces. But it's not really because of the process, only because of my lack of skill...
  11. Found out about this pottery studio in Wellington NZ with a 24 hours access membership. Can't wait to move there in December and get all geeky about ceramics everyday :D

    1. Joseph F

      Joseph F

      How do you get to travel to all these pottery studios all over the world. Must be amazing! Congrats! Have fun in NZ. I have a good friend who lives there. It's an amazing place he says.

    2. Judith B

      Judith B

      That's what is amazing with ceramics, you can do it anywhere, so it works really well with me wanting to explore the world :) Thank you I'm really looking forward to that!

  12. Indie and go fund me efforts

    I personally have always had mixed feelings about crowdfunding. Looks like some people are using it for just about anything and it sometimes look like their business plan is just too shaky for them to be able to grow, so they rely on crowdfunding. For huge investment such as starting new projects or getting new equipment, it could make sense to have people invest in your project, become your patrons. Personally, I haven't supported many people that way for a variety of reason (the main one being not having that much extra money anyway). For pottery I feel like supporting your work by buying your pieces feels more natural to me than making a donation. Then so much time and energy needs to go in advertising the fundraising event or page and getting back to people that I wonder if it's not easier to just sell work?
  13. When I tried to check it out, it said content was removed for copyright infringement, too bad but fair enough
  14. Wedging Table Design...

    Agreed for having i against the wall. I like them covered with wood or canvas. Wood dries faster though, Canvas tends to get saturated with water quickly
  15. What Kiln? (UK)

    The place I worked at had about 60 different shades of the Duncan underglaze and a few glazes from Amaco