These are still in the wet stage and have them wrapped up overnight, in the morning I will unwrap and loosely drape and start the drying process. I am not going to decorate or do anything special with these as I don't want to invest too much in what could very well be a flawed design. If they both survive the kiln I will decide which I like the look of better and use that as my pattern from here on. Once that's decided I can have some fun with the decorating and texturing like I like to do.
PugabooMember Since 15 Feb 2013
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I'm a self taught artist. I've been painting, drawing, creating my whole life. I participated in art festivals for years but now concentrate mostly on Internet sales, galleries and shops. For the past 10 years I have primarily focused on pet portraiture and Pugs in particular. Recently I have begun taking ceramics classes and am thrilled to be expanding my artistic repertoire. I hope to blend my painting background with ceramics to create new and exciting pieces.
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