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  1. I am a photographer and a passionate potter. Recently, I photographed some Leopard Spot Shino pots for someone and fell in love with Leopard Spot Shinos. I'm intrigued by the organic nature, look of these pots and the process to get them. I understand that the occurrence of these Leopard Spots can be rare and hard to get. wanted to check to see if anyone here had anything thoughts on this too. Is there anyone out there that is as intrigued by this process / these types of results as I am?
  2. I've been doing some research and asking around to anyone that knows about leopard spot shinos.... alot of people that have used Macolm Davis Shino say they have seen this effect with this glaze but without consistency or knowing why it happens. I noticed there is alot of Soda in the Macolm Davis Shino Glaze and I'm wondering if the soda could be causing the spots?
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