jamie lyn morrow

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claylikeachampion:

Seth Nagelberg of Nail Mountain Studio just released this lovely book via lulu ($9.99 ebook/pdf or $40.00 paperback 100 pgs) it’ll be on amazon soon too!  
I shared my casting slip recipe with Ruth Borgenicht 10 years ago, she shared it with Seth, and now the world via this beautiful publication!
Sharing really is caring. Thanks mom and ceramics community, I like sharing!  

claylikeachampion:

Seth Nagelberg of Nail Mountain Studio just released this lovely book via lulu ($9.99 ebook/pdf or $40.00 paperback 100 pgs) it’ll be on amazon soon too!  

I shared my casting slip recipe with Ruth Borgenicht 10 years ago, she shared it with Seth, and now the world via this beautiful publication!

Sharing really is caring. Thanks mom and ceramics community, I like sharing!  

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leah-jensen:

Details showing the 3 main patterns I carve into my porcelain vessels. They are in order from the easiest at the top to most challenging at the bottom.

I’m trying to nickname each pattern so I can make sense of my designs with more ease. but somehow inverted irregular pyramid pattern just doesn’t work for me ahaha

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franfrancatman:

My dad and I made this fishtank for my mum for Christmas a few years ago with dollhouse furniture. I thought it was pretty rad

Edit: Anyone wishing to recreate this should be extremely cautious. We tried to make sure everything used was aquarium grade - no tight spots (for big fish) or sharp edges. We had no fish injuries in the two years it was running but I definitely will say it isn’t the easiest tank to maintain in terms of the biological filter. I work with fish, so I knew what to be wary of - but if you’re careful it looks rad and your fish *should* be fine.

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