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  1. Thanks, Lee. I should have thought of slabbing the bottom before I fired ;-) But, alas, other deadlines and a funeral caused me to forget!
  2. I have sculpted a few figures and animals and fired them and will be doing cold patina. These are not going to fixed to a base and are hollow. My question is - how can I make a better presentation? If a customer picks it up and turns it over it's pretty ugly to see the open cavity with fork marks and such. Do I fill them the cavity with expanding foam, sand and then glue felt to the bottom? What do you recommend to make the ceramic sculpture look more polished and gallery-ready and professional?
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