after looking closely at many of these pots, i think they simply do not have enough glaze. in addition, the glaze is not as clear as i had hoped from the tests i have done with it in the past. even though the green underglaze test shows that the green stays green and does not go grey, i do not like the color of the finished pots. it is sort of an ivory, not really clear.
thanks mark, i do like salt glazed pots but you cannot use a spoon inside these bumpy bowls without reacting like someone hearing chalk screeching on a blackboard. will get photos posted.
pres, i think you are on the right track, these were mostly greenware, some were bisqued pieces from earlier this year, the others were made in the last few weeks. i always fire greenware to glaze in a single firing, except when bringing pieces north from florida. they need to be bisqued for the trip.
where they are obviously thickly glazed there are no bumps. where i added a light coating of oribe green there are no bumps................mystery.
anybody need a dog bowl? my dog has several already. the cats prefer the river.