GREENWOODSTUDIO wrote:Thanks a lot Tim. I think you are right, this would require careful use. This feedback is really important to me, so thanks again I'm preparing to break out the porcelain for next months wood-firing, so the more I learn on here the better my work will evolve, I hope
I'm almost thinking I should put together a sort of survey or list of all my questions, post it here, and whoever fills it out, I'll give them a hefty discount code to my shop........hmmmm
Great that I could be at your service. Its very hard to find an artist which has an open mind and heart to reach new heights. Thats a true artist to me Your works have a growing spirit in them, which true passion and love is required... Many times, lots of products out there its only cosmatics with no hearts. Keep nurtuering this passion, and inject little by little on every steps forward! Good luck
Notes on tall gaiwans. Could be helpful to research late Ming and Qing qaiwans. Most scholars use tall gaiwan to drink directly from. So the flair of the rim and the balance of the weight is important. Top heavy might not be ideal? And light color inside to judge the liquor?
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