Little Pig Tea pots & Other addictions


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Re: Little Pig Tea pots & Other addictions

Postby Chip » Jul 20th, '10, 18:53

I am sorry, Jean Ann, I am a little slow on the uptake on these things. :oops:

So the reduction is causing more of a blushing of red, or is it more than that.

Looks like there are solutions, right. Although a blushing is not really a bad thing. :mrgreen:
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Re: Little Pig Tea pots & Other addictions

Postby Littlepig2 » Jul 20th, '10, 23:34

Chip wrote:I am sorry, Jean Ann, I am a little slow on the uptake on these things. :oops:

So the reduction is causing more of a blushing of red, or is it more than that.

Looks like there are solutions, right. Although a blushing is not really a bad thing. :mrgreen:


Hey Chip!
Yes the reduction was the cause of the blushing and yes the solution suggested by R and J should keep the green--well green :mrgreen:
I can do that. It will just take a little more time as these little critters are quite demanding in that department.
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Re: Little Pig Tea pots & Other addictions

Postby bonjiri » Jul 21st, '10, 22:38

jean

wow.

love the texture glaze combo on your recent tea pots

wow !

can you please share about the process ? i'm very, very curious !

WOnDERFUL !

cory
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Re: Little Pig Tea pots & Other addictions

Postby Littlepig2 » Aug 29th, '10, 21:43

bonjiri wrote:jean

wow.

love the texture glaze combo on your recent tea pots

wow !

can you please share about the process ? i'm very, very curious !

WOnDERFUL !

cory


Bad little pig! and so sorry cory. I see you have posted in my thread some time ago and somehow I missed it. As to the texture of my teapots I have made press molds from the hedge apple. It takes two halves to make a tea pot. In short I press them together, cut out the lid then add the rest of the elements.

Glazing? They are layered. I begin with a neutral ash and spray/layer other glazes with color over. Firing is reduction cone 10.

As to what I've been doing lately--so sorry my teapots still wait for me. I figure I shall get back to them after my little exhibit at Rosewood (Kettering Ohio). It is a series of sculptural worms. You can find details at http://littlepigpottery.blogspot.com/

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Re: Little Pig Tea pots & Other addictions

Postby ginkgo » Mar 3rd, '12, 08:23

Littlepig2 wrote:Hey ho! Here it is mid July already and I am such a slow poke. Here are a couple images of my latest hedge apple tea pots just out of the kiln. Image
You will find a few more pictures on http://www.flickr.com/photos/littlepigpottery/ I have yet to list any of them. If you have questions and/or are interested in procuring one please DM me.
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incredible !!!! I love the texture and little feet too !
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Re: Little Pig Tea pots & Other addictions

Postby yinwenqian » Mar 24th, '12, 08:44

very good teapot
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