Tim See (Timseeclay)

Artisans share their Teaware Art.

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Jan 12th 10 4:51 pm
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Re: Tim See (Timseeclay)

by Seeker » Jan 12th 10 4:51 pm

Welcome Tim!

Very nice looking bowls, love those sort of wave forms moving across/around the bowl.

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Jan 13th 10 3:00 am
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Re: Tim See (Timseeclay)

by timseeclay » Jan 13th 10 3:00 am

I wish I could catch when people post so I could respond right away. Thanks for the image help its too late and too much nyquill to start the adventure. Its great people have been watching the videos I think I am going to add a Teaware photo section to me portfolio and a group of the videos I have that are relevant to tea. I should also thank the teachat community for having this resource, I just made the best mug of tea in my life. It wouldn't have happened if I didn't spend my insomnia reading about tea. It was teavana's "assam gold rain" don't know if I spelled it right, but it was fantastic. Then shared the same process and tea with my students and I am afraid it won't be long till I make tea snobs out of them!

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Jan 13th 10 4:02 am
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Re: Tim See (Timseeclay)

by IPT » Jan 13th 10 4:02 am

I'm really looking forward to seein other pieces of yours.

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Jan 15th 10 1:30 am
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Re: Tim See (Timseeclay)

by timseeclay » Jan 15th 10 1:30 am

Well the photos I could upload would take a a while and would take up space I added a page to my website that has my past tea related pieces. After seeing some of the other TA's I can see I have a long way to grow when it comes to the finer aspects of teaware. Heres the link http://timseeclay.com/?page_id=220

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Jan 15th 10 1:31 am
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by timseeclay » Jan 15th 10 1:31 am

Anyone know how to make a link clickable?

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Re: Tim See (Timseeclay)

by Chip » Jan 15th 10 1:34 am

I edited your link post, it is now clickable. You will have clickable links automatically shortly. And then it will also be retroactive. It is part of the spam war, new members are not able to post clickable links.