Both of these vases Are there yet. I like the shapes and the way the glaze fits.
Below is a shot of the interior so you can see how the glaze breaks over the layers
For various reasons the next few are Not there, yet. But I have plans to fix them.
This is the oblong pedestal bowl with three feet. The feet aren't wide enough and if something is placed on the side of the center of the bowl it tends to tip sideways. Next time I'll make the feet wider and taller. I think the feet are two short for the size of the bowl.
I do like the lined texture going on a diagonal across the bowl.
Not sure about this shape of this bowl but I do like the pedestal shape. The two end pieces have a little roughness in the glaze not sure why that is. Perhaps I didn't wipe it down good neough.
This is the watercolor mason stained plate I glazed with turquoise, the turquoise all but covered up the brown and green stains. There's also a little drip of something at the top of the plate. I wish I had glazed this in the clear so my watercolor effect would have shown up better. I'll have to re-do this experiment.
The cheese board is flat as a pancake but I don't like the watercolor effect of the background or the leaves. It's not pleasing to my eye. But I will make more of these, perhaps with a single leaf on the side. I can experiment with the leather strap and plastic nubs on the underside though. Thanks for reading and for all your comments and advice.