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sorhain

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About sorhain

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  • Birthday October 25

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    https://www.corinnehansen.com/ceramics

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    Levittown PA
  • Interests
    Ceramics, Illustration, 3D Printing, Metals/Jewelry, Exercise, Videogames, Film & Media

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  1. These are really wonderful pieces! I love the details!
  2. I will look into this filament as it sounds interesting to use. I'm not sure that the lines are a big issue for ceramics though. There is a certain amount of smoothing that occurs with glazing etc, but it would be interesting to try for sure. My issue with stamps so far is more in my design. I did not make some of the forms as deep or crisp as I needed, so I'm still working on refining my 3D models before they get printed. I'm sure it can be done. I have to just tweak some settings in trial and error. I would also love to see more of your daughter's work. I've visited Moore College of Art. They had a great program that I highly considered, but I ended up going to Tyler School of Art instead. Thank you for posting too!
  3. I'm a 3D modeler and I just started making some small stamps to use on my pottery. I'm still pretty new to everything, but I hope to utilize 3D printing more too. Stamps Image I also think there is a place for 3D modeling/printing in the art world. It's not so "easy" as just pushing a button to print things. Modeling can take an incredible amount of time like any other art form. Printing takes long enough that no one would produce more than a small limited run of any one item. I haven't printed ceramics, but I think there's enough errors in printing and then glazing that it would be quite time consuming to get an exact copy. I have such a love for making that I will work in almost any medium, but there is something magical about the tactile feel of clay that makes it my favorite. https://www.corinnehansen.com/
  4. Sorhain, I'm in NJ so I could have it brought to you in Philadelphia by a friend of mine who has a pickup truck if you are still interested.  Let me know.   My email is  Gtrain41@aol.com.  

  5. @Bill Kielb Thank you for the great info! I will have to give the sprayer a try and report back how it goes. I do have a respirator as well so I would be safe from over spray, but I will take care to make sure anyone else is out of range. I will look into other spray booth options for my shed too.
  6. I am interested! I live just a bit north of Philadelphia. Is there any chance you are close by or are willing to ship it?
  7. I have a Wagner Control Spray 250 Handheld HVLP Paint Sprayer from lowes : Sprayer Link This kind of gun is okay to use for glazing? I don't want to get one of those large compressors if I don't have to. I'm still pretty new to ceramics, and I hope to make my own studio out of my back yard shed. Also what about ventilation? Do I need a booth or is it acceptable to spray outside?
  8. Your work is beautiful! Those metallic colors really pop and highlight the details!
  9. I live in PA north of Philly. I would love to buy a kiln and wheel to start so I can start a small ceramic business of my own.
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