check out the variation in surface, these were in one of the "sweet spots."
some of my favorites.
all of the non-yunomi pieces in this kiln were with my new clay body. they were all in spots that got a little too much reduction so this isn't the most fair assessment, but they're not bad.
when my green ash glaze gets lots of ash in the firing it does this, i love it.
here is one of those platters with the trailed glaze. that slip should've been a red/orange but the kiln had other ideas. the trailing glaze has talc as one of the ingredients and i was out so i substituted baby powder, it seemed to work alright.
i wanted to make a large test piece that would have a mixture of slab/thrown assembled together to see how it would stand up in the kiln. i've always love randy johnston's boat forms so i decided to try making one, not to sell of course-this one will stay with me.
well, overall i'm very pleased. i lost less pieces in this kiln than any other so thats good! our wedding is this saturday so there won't be much posting for awhile.