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  1. Guys I'm having a serious issue, almost every bisque I have done recently in my new kiln sitter is having explosions. I have been letting my clay sit out longer and get even more bone dry yet it still keeps happening. I've made sure no air bubbles except for one piece had them however this is becoming an issue. Any help or something someone might recommend would be great! With the kiln being a kiln sitter I don't have much control to do holds I can only control the switches on the way up which I have lengthened a lot but once I hit the second switch everything goes boom, very discouraging
  2. From the album: Tornado Pot Sketches and Progress Images

    It looks like it is back to square one on this project. Attachments to this piece created some sizable air pockets that I did not pierce with a needle to allow air to escape...so, it didn't, and this is the result. It is quite a mess. Thankfully, it is not a mistake that I make often.

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