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  1. Hi and thanks for having me in the forum. I am a total beginner and I was wondering how you achieve such a result (lots of tiny well formed bubbles and spikes). Are they totally handmade or is there some other process behind it? Are there any stamps or molds for it? thanks!
  2. LeeU

    Starfish Tray

    From the album: LeeU 3-16 Smalls

    Small tray with impressed starfish
  3. I have recently set up my new studio, but new to the world of selling my work. I have a small etsy shop, and have sold about 20 things....Trying to get more organized and professional with my branding, logo, presentation. I am not a potter, just tiles. I am developing a stamp to imprint on the back of my tiles (2-3" whole logo) and would also like to develop a small stamp (1/2- 3/4") for smaller tiles and something that might be visible on the front of some things. Is there a more official name for these little logo stamps? Ceramic marks? My question is this: How do I know if my logo is similar to others ceramic artists' stamps. Is there an archive somewhere, or do I need to go through copy write possess to find out? My proposed stamp is attached, as well as my logo for my shop "Cattail Tile" The stamp just takes the 2 T's ,and dots from the larger logo. It is not terribly unique or creative symbol, but I like it, and I figure it has to be simple to be recognizable so small. I tried a site that visually searches images for anything out there on the web, and it said my image was too simple to search. Ideas? Should I not worry about it and just do it? Does this symbol look familiar to anyone (other than it looking like the Pi symbol with 3 square dots) ?
  4. Hello, I think this might be in the wrong thread but I have a problem and I'm not sure where to go for help. Today I accidentally broke one of my friend's artisan bowls. This is the symbol I found on the bottom but I can't identify it. I was wondering if anyone here might know this symbol and could direct me to a company or individual where these are made. I am located in Taipei, Taiwan, but this piece may not be from Taiwan. I want to buy a new one for my friend... hopefully before they notice that this one is missing! Thanks for any help.
  5. I have been thinking of making a stamp for myself to use as my artists' mark on my work. I've been using a ballpoint pen to mark my work by just putting my initials and the year, but...that seems so lame. I think a wee guinea pig would be so much more fun. My little business is "The Earthen Cavy," and my moniker is "The Guinea Potter," so I think it would fit pretty well. How do you guys mark your work? Stamps? Initials? Monographic flourishes? (A cavy is a guinea pig. Useless trivia. )
  6. My son works at an aquarium where there is 14 ft anaconda. It just shed its skin and my son has all 14 ft of it. It shed as a tube that has collapsed a bit. How can I make a texture pattern or stamp from this? Jed
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