April 9, 2018

Have you had one of those days?

You know.

They start at 6.00, though you've been awake since 4.30 - thinking about mould designs. At six you work out how you want the mould to look, and by 6.45 have designed it. Then the modelling software wont't load it properly into th...

March 26, 2018

Been a mad rush to get to the end of the two college projects, but looking back I seem to have achieved quite a lot. 3 x Tea Light designs, a nice Buddha face and Emoji desk tidies. Of course, I have no idea whether any of these will sell. But, really, right now, my go...

March 22, 2018

This weekend was the weekend of the great, "let's try to have a stall" experiment.So,we laid our plans carefully, with 7 volunteers over two days to really blitz the market scene. Attending Jubilee market, next to Covent Garden in London.  I made a recce beforehand and...

March 15, 2018

Well, here's a nice thing!

Been working hard on a college project. For which I had to go to a local National Trust site (Angelsey Abbey). Chatted to the nice people in the gift shop who gave me guidance on the type of product they would like to sell. 

Off I went, to see...

March 15, 2018

Phew, it was a close run thing. When you find that your mould is leaking and you're pouring  2 pints of Casting Slip onto the garage floor, there are two things you can do.  The sensible one turns out to be "stop pouring the slip". First I tried "hoping the slip harden...

March 7, 2018

Over the last week I have continued to backward and forward. The 3d printing is working better with a nice vase form being printed on my new printer, but the normally reliable smaller printer refusing to deliver. Such are the vagaries of that technology, in many ways v...

February 28, 2018

This weekend I had a visitor to the house, David Roberts (http://www.davidroberts-ceramics.com/) who is recognised as being responsible for reintroducing Raku into general popularity, both in the UK and the US, particularly "Naked Raku".

I love his work and bought a pie...

February 28, 2018

Been working on making moulds and casting pieces over the last few weeks. Particularly using 3D printing to produce the forms I use to make the moulds. The level of control, and the ability to change one aspect at a time to improve the final result being very appealing...

February 21, 2018

Course work for professional development is a big necessary evil. I recognise that I need to have a professional plan, but equally I mainly learn by doing, and by handling what goes wrong when it happens. Having got to this point in my career, where I am in effect reti...

January 29, 2018

A two steps back forward and one back  and am up and down week.I have enjoyed thinking about my bread and butter and arty pieces for the course, mostly that's the good. I am able to come up with product ideas. One I'm a little worried about, whether putting the head of...

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