This is one of my favorite thrown pieces because it has a sharp edge and no warping anywhere. I used a glaze called Green Dragon and it is simmilar to the Oribe that I use on the glossy green vases but Green Dragon only has gloss where it piles up.
I'm thorughly unexpert concerning craft, I can say that as long as this be of use this be profit. I think it misses a good pair of handles. You did it? That white thing looks like something foul. Good job overall.
Yup! I have played with the glazes enough that I'm about 85% positive that I will know what it will look like. Sometimes something happens in the fireing though and everything gets contaminated and then its just a guess what its going to look like, once I had a black glaze come out a really beautiful dotted green that I loved because the kiln was contaminated and now I can't get it again because I don't know what contaminated it lol
I'm always exited to see what has happened to my work when it comes out On the other hand, we have some very stable glazes that always come out the way you expect so usually I use those on pieces that I don't want to take a chance on
I need to get some good pictures of my new stuff so I can get them on here I usually post them in the order I have taken the pictures of them but I'll try to make that green on my next one
It makes sense you'd use something you can be certain with, when you need. Especially pretty as the work you've posted turns out, anyway! And sorry for being as late to answer, I was busy the last few days.