Today I've slipped some mugs and cut some feet. The mugs are very Doug-esque, I'm afraid - just simple marks. Not sure what they'll look like with a glaze on them.
I did three small ones with slip inside as well as out. They weren't quite so successful.
For a start they changed shape slightly:
My slip was very thick and the pots probably a touch too wet still. I am prone to impatience. Thanks to Doug, Ron and Paul J I have adjusted my slip and I've slipped one pot just on the inside, which I'm going to let dry before I do the outside.
I cut some feet too. Four yunomi and a couple of tea bowls:
I say tea bowls, but they're not really - they're probably too big for a start. No japanese person would recognise them as such, I don't think. The feet look fancy until you get up close - the cross-cut one is a bit of a mess, but I made it a bit better with the help of a sponge. It was too big for my wire. I like cut feet like this.
Here are some beakers I threw yesterday, waiting to be fettled and slipped - almost all the same size. Not bad considering I've been out of it for three months.
That's all for now.