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Posted 24 May 2013That is one sanitized area .I knew teaching was a clean but I never thought is was that clean.
Keep in mind, I haven't use it much yet. You should see the Ceramics area in my classroom. Much more "broke in".
I'm honestly not that clean of a potter. Now my college instructor, he wore nice khakis and a button up/ Polo shirt everyday, and got nothing on him. Of course that's easy to do, when he only needed a thimble of water to throw something.
Posted 24 May 2013I expected to see you in a Samurai outfit or something equally Oriental.
that is a comfy couch. My cat thinks I am a comfy couch whenI am throwing. She is banned from the hous e because our rescued dogs go crazy when they see a cat. she is a permenant studio cat. Your set up is coming along poco a poco.
Have a great summer.
Thank you much.
Next step is getting some boards to make a proper wedging/ work table, and getting a utility sink in there.
Posted 24 May 2013your back is going to hate the posture that your couch is forcing you into... Also, Brent wheels love to be setup on cinderblocks---theyre cheaper than booties, too
You sir, are a genius. Which might be me one of my few options anyway. From what I saw, the booties only fit Brent B and higher models. Maybe I just read it wrong.
Posted 24 May 2013
Posted 24 May 2013Congrats. How do ya keep those hand so clean while pulling a cylinder ??? The wheel head hardly has any mess either. Are you sure you really need a splash pan?
I'll be honest though. My hands are fairly clean, because of a little bit of photographic staging on my part. The only person around was my three year old daughter, and I haven't taught her how to take photos yet. So I pulled the cylinder, then set the camera timer. I didn't put too much pressure on the clay, because I had to check the camera, in between shots.
I didn't even notice the wheel head was clean. It was a pretty small bit of clay, so I guess I just didn't use that much water.
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