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Re: Petr Novák - Pots under influence of tea

by IPT » Mar 18th 10 6:47 am

I really like the design of the fair cup on the right. I've never seen one quite like it!

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by Geekgirl » Mar 18th 10 6:49 am

IPT wrote:I really like the design of the fair cup on the right. I've never seen one quite like it!
Agreed, I was going to comment the same thing. Beautiful.

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Re: Petr Novák - Pots under influence of tea

by Petr Novák » Mar 18th 10 6:55 am

Geekgirl wrote:
IPT wrote:I really like the design of the fair cup on the right. I've never seen one quite like it!
Agreed, I was going to comment the same thing. Beautiful.
Thank you, this one is from my kitchen for greens

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Re: Petr Novák - Pots under influence of tea

by Seeker » Mar 18th 10 8:03 am

Hmmm, I really like the one on the left!
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by Herb_Master » Mar 18th 10 9:00 am

Seeker wrote:Hmmm, I really like the one on the left!
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Re: Petr Novák - Pots under influence of tea

by rjiwrth » Mar 18th 10 3:06 pm

You know you have it bad when you start dreaming about teaware.

This is the vision that kept circling my night journey last evening:
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Re: Petr Novák - Pots under influence of tea

by Chip » Mar 18th 10 3:55 pm

Petr wrote:Here you can see snake skin glaze on different clay body- porcelain cup and light stoneware fair cup on the right
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...or Yuzamashi and cup pairing ... looking for the "right pot" to go with it. :mrgreen: Of course, yeah, fair cup too ... this one could serve multiple purposes. Awesome.
The double wall cup looks amazing.
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Re: Petr Novák - Pots under influence of tea

by rjiwrth » Mar 18th 10 11:29 pm

Which is the double wall cup? My favorite is that snakeskin cup on the left. Is that a double wall?

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by Chip » Mar 18th 10 11:33 pm

rjiwrth wrote:Which is the double wall cup? My favorite is that snakeskin cup on the left. Is that a double wall?
No, the bottom one is a double wall cup, sort of crystaline looking glaze. :mrgreen:

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by Herb_Master » Mar 19th 10 12:29 am

Chip wrote:
rjiwrth wrote:Which is the double wall cup? My favorite is that snakeskin cup on the left. Is that a double wall?
No, the bottom one is a double wall cup, sort of crystaline looking glaze. :mrgreen:
Come on Chip, weave your magic and show us the whole photo! :D without scroll bars :wink:

You saw crystalline, I saw something that reminded me of nacre!

AND I like it a lot too!

I wonder if Petr could do it with the same interior but a Tree Bark exterior!

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Re: Petr Novák - Pots under influence of tea

by Victoria » Mar 19th 10 12:42 am

Herb Master, if you click on the picture, does it not open all the way for you?

Love the idea of double walled, that's a great cup.
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by Herb_Master » Mar 19th 10 12:49 am

Victoria wrote:Herb Master, if you click on the picture, does it not open all the way for you?

Love the idea of double walled, that's a great cup.
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:lol: silly me! I have been scrolling and losing the left when I see the right, losing the top when I see the bottom :oops: Thanks Victoria - it works :D

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by Victoria » Mar 19th 10 12:53 am

Aww you are welcome, glad to help. You're probably not the only one!!
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Re: Petr Novák - Pots under influence of tea

by Chip » Mar 19th 10 4:24 am

I recently reduced the max size for attachments to 640 wide which is what Petr is using. So, at least they are not as extreme as they used to be. With the new format, the size previously had no size restrictions for attachments.

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Re: Petr Novák - Pots under influence of tea

by IPT » Mar 19th 10 6:03 am

What are dimensions that a photo can be so that it fits on the page?