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Old 01-30-2019, 06:33 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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I have an upcoming demo on making teapots so I thought that I had better practice. Itís a good thing that I did because I got my sequence of steps out of order and caused myself some extra work. I decided to add a couple of Japanese style tea cups. I did not have a seasoned blank so I bought a poplar board, cut it up and glued it together to make the blank.

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Very impressive Cody. I love the colors and profiles.

I'll ask the obvious question: Can they be used, or are they artsy-fartsy (which is not a bad connotation).

Beautiful artistry.
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Very impressive Cody. I love the colors and profiles.

I'll ask the obvious question: Can they be used, or are they artsy-fartsy (which is not a bad connotation).

Beautiful artistry.
Thanks, not functional and probably more fartsy than artsy.
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I agree with Mark, very impressive. And for being fartsy, they sure are artsy.
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Nice work Cody!
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Wow Cody!!!! Superb work there!

Next thing you know, you will be an AAW Demonstrator 👍
Keep exploring turning and surface embellishment.
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Beautiful!
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Wow Cody...

Artsy... absolutely, Fartsy... I think not!
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Wish I could Fartsy one of those out, I'll look forward to your "how to" video ;)
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NICE looking. I really like your faux metal sets and turnings.
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