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  1. Hello everyone! I bought a small top loader kiln that runs of mains (13amp) and I now need to change the elements. I need to know the model and make in order to get the right wattage/amperage elements. If anyone can tell from the photo below please gimme a shout! It has a dawson LT-3 sitter if that's helpful. Can get more photos if helpful! Thanks in advance
  2. Judy_in_GA

    Pig planter model

    From the album: Handbuilding work

    This is a model done prior to making a full size pig planter. He was made using what my instructor calls the "hollow potato" method... basically pinch pot until you can close it up. He was then rolled on the table to set the overall shape using the trapped air inside the potato to push against. He's very heavy for his size since the walls are at least 1/2" thick. Next time they'll be thinner before I close up the shape. I dabbed black glaze in his eyes and nostrils to highlight but it ran ever so slightly on the white. Very happy with him.
  3. BARAKE SCULPTOR

    LAZY DAY

    From the album: SCULPTOR

    BISCUIT FIRED, RAW,NO GLAZE,OR ANY PAINT. LIVE MODEL. 15CM.

    © Barake Sculptor

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