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Slip trailing detail, interior of green bowl.
 
© Copyright 2016 Giselle Massey - Giselle No. 5 Ceramics - All Rights Reserved

Slip trailing detail, interior of green bowl.



The results of an experiment with adding a touch of decoration. I kept the profile of the slip trailing lower than normal so I didn't add a hard-to-clean texture to the inside of a bowl. It came out really nicely.

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Taken with Canon Canon EOS 20D

  • 56 mm
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I like where you are going with these pieces. I do however believe you need to highlight the detailing; fades into the back ground too much.

 

Thank you! This is meant to be a plain piece that can coordinate with my more highly detailed, high contrast work that I make in collections. This is the closest to no decoration I can bear.

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Got it!  and that explains that.... I am just use to seeing a much higher standard in definition from you- threw me off.

 

Oh, you have me pegged. Normally I make the slip trailing as high profile as possible!

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And I will have to find the picture of the bowl I did this summer, that looks almost identical to yours!!  A lovely green with slip trailing on the inside and out.  But I think your trailing is much nicer than mine!

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I have those Xiem bulb things but aren't they are pain to fill with the slip?  I have used them with trailing glazes and those are runnier than my slip.

 

I don't use the nozzle thingy to fill them, I just squeeze the air out and suck up the slip, then wipe off the outside. Not too bad. 

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And I will have to find the picture of the bowl I did this summer, that looks almost identical to yours!!  A lovely green with slip trailing on the inside and out.  But I think your trailing is much nicer than mine!

 

I would love to see your bowl! :) 

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