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  1. Make yourself a 2 part "prototype" so you can be sure, those tools actually are improved if handle is thicker. I am sure it will feel nice when you pick it up but because your fingers are further apart you will lose accuracy in your movement. If you like to make those metal handles a bit softer, use heat-shrink tubing (used in electronics or by electricians).
  2. How much and what size grog you got there? No grog and >1.5 cm, is asking for trouble.
  3. Biglou13 asked for more information so, here we go: This vase is 15.7" high and 11" wide I used heavy grog (0.5-2mm) brownish stoneware clay. It's built from coil on the throwing wheel, I used black engobe. No glaze. Fired to 1200C
  4. Biglou13 asked for more information so, here we go: This vase is 16" high and 14" wide I used heavy grog (0.5-2mm) stoneware clay. It's built from coil on the throwing wheel and covered with white engobe. No glaze.
  5. Updated Vases gallery

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      Mart

      Comments added. Waiting for admin approval. You know what, I am going to open a forum thread.

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    4. Evelyne Schoenmann

      Evelyne Schoenmann

      Mart, I was asking you, weeks ago, how you did the blue on the tenmoku bowl. Now I know why I never got answers. My comment in your gallery didn't record. Great new vases! Evelyne

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    Vases

    Vases
  7. From the album: Vases

    White vase, 40.5 x 35.5 cm

    © Photo only: do what ever you want but you must include the link to www.oostuudio.ee

  8. From the album: Vases

    Dark vase 40 cm x 28 cm

    © Photo only: do what ever you want but you must include the link to www.oostuudio.ee

  9. From the album: Vases

    Dark vase 40 cm x 28 cm

    © Photo only: do what ever you want but you must include the link to www.oostuudio.ee

  10. From the album: Vases

    White vase, 40.5 x 35.5 cm

    © Phooto only: Creative Commons Attribution-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License

  11. Add a thin layer of clear glaze and see what happens Works for me with some runny glazes.
  12. posted new images to my temmoku gallery

  13. From the album: Gas kiln 2013.09.05

    gas kiln, reduction , cone 10
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    Gas kiln 2013.09.05

    Second firing of our small gas kiln
  15. From the album: Gas kiln 2013.09.05

    gas kiln, reduction , cone 10
  16. From the album: Gas kiln 2013.09.05

    gas kiln, reduction , cone 10
  17. From the album: Gas kiln 2013.09.05

    gas kiln, reduction , cone 10
  18. What do you mean "spinning"? Wheel stands still and you have to run around it.
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  20. Red iron(III) oxide - Fe2O3 Black iron(II) oxide - FeO At high temperatures, Fe2O3 starts to break down so O and F take off and you are left with the FeO In oxidation, this is how you get those cool "oil spots" happening on the glaze where Fe2O3 is converting and free O drags F to the surface and leaves it there. Someone can probably get you more detailed description of the process.
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