HAGI SSO 16 Eiichi ROCK! by Shibuya Eiichi


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Re: HAGI SSO 16 Eiichi ROCK! by Shibuya Eiichi

Postby karmaplace » Mar 29th, '11, 03:29

I didn't get a notice? :(
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Re: HAGI SSO 16 Eiichi ROCK! by Shibuya Eiichi

Postby Chip » Mar 29th, '11, 07:56

Karma, please confirm your email address in a PM to me. Thanks.
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Re: HAGI SSO 16 Eiichi ROCK! by Shibuya Eiichi

Postby hopeofdawn » Mar 29th, '11, 10:42

Just out of curiosity--were there any rocks that were the *least* popular/not picked? I find it interesting to see what people's preferences are ...
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Re: HAGI SSO 16 Eiichi ROCK! by Shibuya Eiichi

Postby Drax » Mar 29th, '11, 12:01

I got my first choice w/ #8... apparently nobody else first-picked it.

Does that mean I have unique tastes? :lol:

I got my shipping notice as well. Unfortunately the timing couldn't be worse. But oh well, しかたがない!Terribly looking forward to using it!
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Re: HAGI SSO 16 Eiichi ROCK! by Shibuya Eiichi

Postby Stentor » Mar 29th, '11, 13:12

Chip wrote:Glad to hear the ROCKs have been thrown "Westward" by Mago! :mrgreen:

Looking at this ROCK, it has two kinds of crackles. The verrry obvious ones you see in my photo. These are like nothing I have ever seen in any pottery, I will try to get closer photos, because the photo does not illustrate this very well.

Then there are the more typical Hagi crackling. These are virtually everywhere and mostly visible with the naked eye. Actually looks like it has had tea already. I expect if others have these, they will really progress!


Maybe these crackles stem from the "waterproofing" Eiichi performs on his works?
Sounds and looks (!) really cool either way.
I'm really looking forward to receiving mine.
Thanks for sharing the early pic of yours, Chip. A great choice indeed!
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Re: HAGI SSO 16 Eiichi ROCK! by Shibuya Eiichi

Postby laura99 » Mar 29th, '11, 15:05

Shipping notice for ROCK #2 received yesterday morning, shipped via EMS. Looking forward to getting a hold of it!!
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Re: HAGI SSO 16 Eiichi ROCK! by Shibuya Eiichi

Postby karmaplace » Mar 29th, '11, 23:58

Lucky ROCK #13 has arrived in South Korea! I'm totally having Gollum moments with this baby. "Preciousss!"
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Re: HAGI SSO 16 Eiichi ROCK! by Shibuya Eiichi

Postby Chip » Mar 30th, '11, 00:08

Shuweeet Karmaplace! But they are all precious! :mrgreen:

Mago must have sent it via ROCKet launcher! :lol:
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Re: HAGI SSO 16 Eiichi ROCK! by Shibuya Eiichi

Postby karmaplace » Mar 30th, '11, 00:14

Chip wrote:Shuweeet Karmaplace! But they are all precious! :mrgreen:

Mago must have sent it via ROCKet launcher! :lol:


Yes, but this is my precious. :mrgreen:

He must have! I got the EMS tracking information this morning at around 11 AM and the ROCK came by 12:30 PM! :lol:
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Re: HAGI SSO 16 Eiichi ROCK! by Shibuya Eiichi

Postby Chip » Mar 30th, '11, 00:16

hopeofdawn wrote:Just out of curiosity--were there any rocks that were the *least* popular/not picked? I find it interesting to see what people's preferences are ...

All were picked, but obviously not all had first picks. There was the cluster of #s that had a lot of interest ... then there were the others who had 1 first pick.

But they are all quite amazing, donCha think!
Drax wrote: Does that mean I have unique tastes? :lol:

Exactly what I was saying. Thank goodness everyone does not have the same tastes, there would be ROCK fights breakin' out on TC. :mrgreen:
Stentor wrote:Maybe these crackles stem from the "waterproofing" Eiichi performs on his works?

But them they would all have have this unusual crackling? I thought maybe position or location in the kiln?
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Re: HAGI SSO 16 Eiichi ROCK! by Shibuya Eiichi

Postby woozl » Mar 30th, '11, 06:10

Stentor wrote:
Chip wrote:Glad to hear the ROCKs have been thrown "Westward" by Mago! :mrgreen:


Maybe these crackles stem from the "waterproofing" Eiichi performs on his works?


Waterproofing??
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Re: HAGI SSO 16 Eiichi ROCK! by Shibuya Eiichi

Postby Drax » Mar 30th, '11, 07:19

Beautiful, KP!

I see a fair amount of crackling on that one, too....?
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Re: HAGI SSO 16 Eiichi ROCK! by Shibuya Eiichi

Postby Stentor » Mar 30th, '11, 08:15

woozl wrote:Waterproofing??


I don't have details, I just remember there was a discussion about this in the "SnowDrifts" thread.
More on this can be found here:
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Re: HAGI SSO 16 Eiichi ROCK! by Shibuya Eiichi

Postby Chip » Mar 30th, '11, 10:10

I am not aware that these have any waterproofing, though they can do this. It is possible these are especially due to the bare clay. I would have to check.

Yes, there was discussion about the waterproofing with the SnowDrifts, which is odd, if that were the case, I would not expect to see the crackling ... especially on the exterior ... unless Ian's hands are really dirty. :lol:

I have never requested any waterproofing however.
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Re: HAGI SSO 16 Eiichi ROCK! by Shibuya Eiichi

Postby karmaplace » Mar 30th, '11, 10:24

Drax wrote:Beautiful, KP!

I see a fair amount of crackling on that one, too....?


Yes, lots! You can't tell well from that photo, but all the glaze is already crackled. Noticeably different from Chip's crackles though. :mrgreen:
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