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Tim See (Timseeclay)

by timseeclay » Jan 10th, '10, 12:40

I love tea, I know nothing about it, but upon joining this group I have learned an awful lot. I like strong black teas but usual drink what my students bring in. My tea ritual is very different from traditional practices and after reading a bit here probably illegal. The class tea is picked by vote its steeped at an unknown temp in a poorly made teapot of mine for as long as we can wait or till I remember we're making tea. Everyone gets a teabowl that is a second for one reason or another. We all enjoy it but I have a lot to bring back and make our tea experience better. Reading all the articles about others teawares and tea drinking practices has really given me more direction on making better teabowls and teapots for others. I am looking forward to getting responses from other members on the work I make and how to make it better. I will be testing adding photos in a bit

Tim See
http://timseeclay.com/

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Re: Tim See (Timseeclay)

by GreenwoodStudio » Jan 10th, '10, 12:43

Yay!

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Re: Tim See (Timseeclay)

by Victoria » Jan 10th, '10, 12:45

Welcome! Wow, that is a stunning bowl in your avatar.

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Re: Tim See (Timseeclay)

by TIM » Jan 10th, '10, 12:57

Welcome Tim~ Nice to you here : ) T

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Re: Tim See (Timseeclay)

by bonjiri » Jan 10th, '10, 14:10

tim
welcome to the forums

your work is fantastic

can't wait to hear more about how you create your teapot forms

wow

cool !

cheers
cory

ps if u need an assistance about loading pics, we're all here to assist. chip is also there to assist too !

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Re: Tim See (Timseeclay)

by Chip » Jan 10th, '10, 15:15

Hi Tim, glad to see you have joined the TeawareArtisans of TeaChat. Let me know if I can help you with anything, including posting photos.

We are all looking forward to seeing your works here!

I have found that everyone learns here, the members, other artisans, and ultimately you. While your works are ultimately "you," most of the TAs have learned quite a bit about teaware here and have been able to apply to their own individuality. :mrgreen: Pretty cooool ...

And yeah, we can teach you a bit about tea as well.

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by JBaymore » Jan 10th, '10, 19:33

Hi Tim. Welcome aboard.

best,

............john

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Re: Tim See (Timseeclay)

by Dreamer » Jan 10th, '10, 20:07

Hi Tim,

Welcome to the TeaChat...more eye-candy for us and maybe a bit of tea info for you!

Have fun,
Dreamer

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Re: Tim See (Timseeclay)

by Janine » Jan 10th, '10, 23:23

Welcome, Tim See

I love this section of TeaChat, so fortunate to have it. I marveled at some of the porcelain vases I have just looked at on your website

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by timseeclay » Jan 11th, '10, 06:55

Well thanks everyone for such a warm welcome. I will now try to add pictures this could go horribly wrong. Sorry in advance. this is the img try [img]well%20this%20didn't%20work[/img]
upload try... the file is too big
Attachments
teabowl.jpg
teabowl.jpg (45.35 KiB) Viewed 4301 times

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by timseeclay » Jan 11th, '10, 07:00

well that one sent itself before I was done. I couldn't get the img thing up there to work and that photo is too big. but uploading it pops it onto the post. So I should be trimming them down to the size I read earlier. Shawn (Greenwood) was asking about adding photos and going through a photo site. I added a link between the Img brackets and it said photo size not determined.

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Re: Tim See (Timseeclay)

by Chip » Jan 11th, '10, 09:23

Beautiful bowl, Tim!

Regarding the photo host posting. Either the photo size was too large or maybe there was a site problem. Also, sometimes new member seem to have more of a problem which may have nothing to do with the inexperience of the member.

Which photo host are you using? Most members use either photobucket or flickr.

Also, I do not recognize the img code in your post.

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Re: Tim See (Timseeclay)

by Littlepig2 » Jan 11th, '10, 10:19

welcome! Luscious bowl.

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Re: Tim See (Timseeclay)

by Dresden » Jan 11th, '10, 13:10

Welcome Tim.

I must say, I really enjoyed your youtube video that showed the process of stretching the slip to make the cracks!!! Neat stuff!!!

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Re: Tim See (Timseeclay)

by Victoria » Jan 11th, '10, 17:28

That bowl is GORGEOUS!!!!

BTW - You need to use the URL brackets if you are using a link. It won't work with the IMG brackets. Also, your file must have a common extension, or the loader doesn't like it. But the main reason, looks that the size is too large as you found out. It seems you are using Flickr, so you can choose the Medium size and it posts here just fine.

We definitely want to see more!!
:)

Loved your videos and learning about bats!!

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