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  1. Fuddling cups. These cups are a puzzle and are interlinked in a special way. They need to be drunk in a certain order or they will spill. While I find many pictures of these cups, there are no schematics into exactly how they are linked. Puzzle jugs have schematics, but I have not found more information on how fuddling cups are joined. I also would like to see one of these in action! there I would love to replicate these. if anyone has any info that would be great! http://recedingrules.blogspot.com/2010/02/puzzle-jugs-fuddling-cups.html?m=1
  2. Hi, I am a VERY amateur artist but I like to experiment with clay and sculpting. I recently used Sculpey oven-bake clay to create a bowl (flat at the bottom, more like a mug without handles haha). I applied 2 coats of Sculpey gloss glaze all over. It was pretty successful so I’m now inspired to make some mini teacups! My bowl is waterproof due to the glaze, but would hot water ruin the teacups/glaze in any way? Thank you so much!
  3. From the album: Ceramics Fall 2016

    Tenmoku glazed on a dark red clay body. I was told it fired differently on the bottle because they were not all fired together, next time I will leave a note asking to have them be in the same part of the kiln to promote more consistency. First try making a set of something, the tiny cups proved quite a challenge! But it was fun.
  4. From the album: Fun Fun Fun

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