Carl & Cory,
Thanks for taken a look and for posting your comments here, I appreciate it. Good luck with the firing Cory, sinks are certainly tricky.
My last firing was a good one...same glazes on different claybodies doing some nice things.
I recycle all of our clay here in the studio, inlcuding the students clay. I've been throwing the clay as it comes from the pugmill. As a result every pug load is different depending on who's throwing with what and when. As this hybrid clay works its way back into the recycle the clay changes yet again. I'm thinking of the concept of sourdough starter, a bit from each batch to "start" the next. The idea of an ever changing claybody would drive more potters nuts...but I'm loving the ever changing variations of my glazes on these "one-of-a-kind" claybodies.
A few more pieces....
Tenmoku and Nuka Chawan
Iridescent Shino Chawan