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  1. Hi Wendy,

    Thanks for friending me (is that a real term?). Someday I hope to ask for guidance in how to sell my work, for now I'm just trying to become a better potter.

  2. I think you got a very good deal on the Brent CXC for $700. If you bought it new it would have a reverse switch, but if you don't need it then you saved yourself $500-$800 if you included shipping. I love my Brent CXC, but I'm not a production potter.
  3. Chris, Thank you for this post. I happen to be at that stage where my work disappoints me. It's good to read the other responses as well and to know that other artists experience the same feeling of inadequacy now and then...hoping for more then than now soon and eventually to have my work as good as my ambition, at least in my eyes.
  4. I sold a Brent EJ motorized kick wheel on craigslist for $500 thinking I could find a Brent B or C in good condition, looked for a year, not every day but almost. 11 months later I found a Brent CXC "Brand New" but an older model on Craiglist for $500. The wheel had never been used, just sat in this person's basement for several years. It doesn't have the reverse switch but that's okay with me. The moral of the story is if you are patient and diligent in your search good wheels on craigslist can be had. Good luck with your search.
  5. I had good results with the gold applying over a shiny black glaze, I brushed on two coats. There was some breaking in the texture where black showed through but that was my objective. I think if I had used 3-4 coats I would have achieved a solid gold result. Electric Kiln cone 6.
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