=?iso-8859-1?Q?Tig_Dupr=E9?= on fri 28 sep 07
In less than 5 minutes, this Japanese potter makes a teabowl=20
and teapot. It's all thrown off the hump, but the fascinating=20
part is the way he shapes the clay.
in Port Orchard, Washington, USA
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Lee Love on sat 29 sep 07
On 9/28/07, Tig Dupr=E9 wrote:
Notice he didn't use a splash pan and got no mud on his clothes?
Lee in Minneapolis, Minnesota USA
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Lynne and Bruce Girrell on sat 29 sep 07
Tig Dupre wrote:
>In less than 5 minutes, this Japanese potter makes a teabowl and teapot.
I'm guessing that this isn't the first time he's done this.
Didn't even measure the lid
And his shirt didn't get dirty either.
and up to now I was feeling pretty good about how the pots were coming off
the wheel today