Teapots, more drawings and cross-sections. I’ve always found they’re my favourite forms to sketch out, be it the way lids sit, how the handles attach or from which angle the spouts pour. There’s so much to consider and I find that drawing helps me eliminate many forms that I simply don’t like, almost as much as helping me find those I like. In reality I dislike most of the forms I draw but perhaps there’s one, just that one, that I really love and I find my hands itching to throw it, to make it physical, a three-dimensional and functional form.
I never draw and take exact dimensions from paper to clay. Instead I place these around my wheel, once I’ve found a particular form, and I throw until what I have in my hands matches the normally now clay covered sketches.
Now nothing can make me calm down: drawing something what I want, making DIY-notebook or reading a book, poems..
By the way, it is too sad that my friend doesn't know what types of metals I haven't been allergic, which types of metals I can use😔 : what I can use is just gold and hungarian gold💖 #takenotes 😝 yet #thankyoubabe
I'm one of those people who sees something they love and says I can do it myself. Lol. When I saw these in a small town store months ago, I thought I would try to do myself. I mean how hard does it look haha. Well it takes patience, time and burning yourself with a hot glue gun lol. I definitely need some practice and maybe add some hanging feathers but not terrible, right 😐 #diydecor#minimalism
Tomorrow kicks off my Etsy’s shops weekly Christmas sales! 🎄From November 19-26, get 10% off your purchase and free shipping (US only)! The mini macrame hangers make great ornaments and stocking stuffers. 💚❤️