Post 51 Bisque LoadPot drying has gone well and a final touchup for the next 5 done; now ready and loaded for a bisque firing.
Each of these pots are quite different. The one in the middle is a new shape; a super short version of my big tub oval, and second from the bottom is one of the classic ovals with a heavily horizontally textured drum section.
The other pieces you can see are various bibs and bobs, tools, templates, test sections and some props.
I need to be around all day - 12 hrs for the firing and it's looking like Saturday will be the next opportunity. Better get the kiln god ready!
If you don't know about them they are worth a quick Google. What happens after you close the door and hit the switch are in the hands of the gods so a little recognition can't hurt, or so the story goes. Sounds like one of those things that if you start then you can never stop!