Anyone got a good amount of experience making slump and hump mold plates? I am thinking about making some plates for our personal use and I don't really want to throw or/and trim 12-16 dinner plates.
Anyone recommend a good read on making hump/slump plates and or a good mold to use? I searched forums but couldn't find anything significant, which really surprized me.
I thought about just throwing footless plates(thin disk), but meh. I was also just thinking about rolling out flat plates and then just bending the edges up to make square flat plates?
Wife is requesting plates, because we are running low.. I told her just to go buy some she likes, but she refuses.... yarggg..
I just did a quick google on thin flat plates and found this:
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I could easily throw this, I just am not confident I could keep it flat as it is drying.
Thoughts? Ideas? I just want the easiest method to make some decent plates.