Hahaha, mister RoofRabbit himself. Well, I can camp on castle! My own personal coffee corner there. And dm6 if they let me, but everyone likes my office at MH, so it's a bit hard to camp there nowadays. I'll have to train for the roof on e1m5, mostly I just shoot the ledge and kill myself there. Or forget to watch the lift.....
The reddish colour is the unfired black glaze - it will be glossy black when fired. The white areas show the biscuit fired stoneware underneath, I've left them unglazed so's I can use the white highlights when painting the details later on. The back plate is ca 15x10 cm
A candle holder I'm working on, dry but not yet fired. Coarse stoneware with lots of grog in it. I think I'll give her a crown so's the wax doesn't drip onto the table. Any suggestions for what colour(s) I could glaze her with?
With crown? Hmm.. oker. Dark yellow and olive green spring to mind. Oker would be nice to mix those two colours up. Keep the pics on coming Fragles, I love seeing it all That top thing that you not fired yet, is that a nun?
Earth colours would be real good on that one yes. I will keep the surface gritty and organic. A nun? Haven't thought about it, but it does look a bit like a nun, yes? She's got a robe anyway. That one has been sanded real smooth, so it should be a nice, real shiny black when glazed.
I love the decorated furniture! That kind of thing is great fun to do, too
This is a stencil I made a few weeks ago, I'll probably use it on a plate, a tea pot or something like that. Rubbish really, but fun to do. My master liked it, and wanted us to make several of these and go spray them on walls like we did ten years ago
I'll use coloured clay for that one, I think, i apply it to the drying plate or teapot throuch the stencil. I'm a potters apprentice, started just a couple months ago. Us is me and my master. I've known her for the last ten years though