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Corinda Genev

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  1. I am looking for a good gold lustre. I found that the Duncan 'Bright Gold' luster applied over a clear glaze was too dark - it looked more of a bronze colour. Anyone have any suggestions for a bright true gold colour? Thanks
  2. From the album: My Work

    Can be viewed at: https://www.etsy.com/listing/158730105/baby-face-sculpture-ceramic-bas-relief
  3. From the album: My Work

    1st Sale
  4. From the album: My Work

    First Pottery Sale!!
  5. That is a really good tip to know. I'm guessing that any commercial clear would work, a lot better than home made clears.
  6. This piece is incredible - I could look at it for hours.
  7. Great work - absolutely stunning
  8. I love it when a piece has a story behind it - makes it all the more special.
  9. I love this bowl - so dark and mysterious!!
  10. This necklace is stunning - really great work!!
  11. From the album: My Work

    This sculpture was inspired by Edward Weston's famous black and white photo 'Eloquent Nude'. It is currently on sale at: https://www.etsy.com/listing/151973609/porcelain-bas-relief-eloquent-nude.
  12. This is so wonderful Chris.
  13. Marcia, could you point me in the direction of Linda's handouts. Thanks
  14. Very Nice. Love all of the textures and colours - underglaze?
  15. Does this mean most of you think that the warping issues have more to do with my methods than my firing schedule being above the clays intended cone? Jim - have any porcelain recommendations for cone 7? The only ones that I could find were cone 5-6 and cone 8-10 - clay makers don't seem to be able to count well, because they completely forgot about 7 /> Thank you to everyone for your help I'd recommend staying with Frost 5 for cone 7. Try what Chris and others suggested. Frost is so beautiful that it is worth the effort to make it work. It is at its best at 6 1/2 to 7. Test first because it may be a little high for what you make and, unfortunately, some batches of Frost aren't as good as others. Several years ago I tested a lot of cone 6 and cone 10 porcelains but decided that Frost 5 for cone 6 and Southern Ice and Frost 10 for cone 11-12 woodfire were the best and have forgotten most of the others. I rememeber Mile Hi's (in Denver) Aspen was a runner up. One that I didn't test but looks good in the 7th post to the following thread http://ceramicartsda...__fromsearch__1 is Tacoma Clay Arts NZ6. BTW, I visited your profile gallery which led me to your Etsy site. You're tiles are wonderful! Jim That's so kind Jim, you just made my day!!
  16. Does this mean most of you think that the warping issues have more to do with my methods than my firing schedule being above the clays intended cone? Jim - have any porcelain recommendations for cone 7? The only ones that I could find were cone 5-6 and cone 8-10 - clay makers don't seem to be able to count well, because they completely forgot about 7 :(/> Thank you to everyone for your help
  17. Very talented. The stomach, ribs, hips have very good proportions and show good musculature. The only thing that I would point out would be the breasts, they begin a little too high up and seem a little too far apart - but for a second time sculptor, this is very impressive!!
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    These are really beautiful. Are their bottoms thrown?
  19. This is absolutely stunning and incredibly unique - I love encountering pieces that are truly original .
  20. From the album: My Work

    I was inspired to create this piece by a photograph I found of a woman in a hijab, her expression really touched me - both mysterious and a touch sad. I used the technique of mishima to create the lines. The eyes were carved out and filled with glass.
  21. From the album: My Work

    This bas relief was inspired by the 2011 cover of Vogue. It featured two woman posing with lace applied over their eyes. It was such a striking photo, I had to give it life. https://www.etsy.com/listing/152231921/lace-mask-woman-porcelain-ceramic-bas
  22. Etsy is definitely a fun community to be a part of. I signed up a few months back and found that I didn't get a lot of traffic until I became much more active. So far that means creating treasury list of objects that I find interesting - this directs a portion of those people to your shop and if they like your work, they can either fav your shop or like an item, which will in turn show up on their page. Be sure to include very descriptive tags of your objects. A large selection is important (something that I def need to work on) Cheers
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