This one is closest, in color to replicating the cups I gave away. However, it’s more complicated than a basic tumbler because it has a handle and a cookie foot. I wasn’t very good at handles (still am not) and we did a couple of practice pieces at the beginning of class, which was …
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Ironically, I made this one after I made the blue goblet. I say ironic, because it’s kind of mutant in comparison. I was shooting more towards a pilsner glass shape rather than a martini glass. Somewhere along the way, it got out of shape and I never got it back on shape again.
I made this cup thinking it would be a good front-runner in the goal to create a birthday present for my friend. He likes to drink Manhattans, which are traditionally drunk out of a martini glass. I asked David Vogt how to make one, and he demonstrated. this doesn’t quite have the martini shape, but …
This bowl is called “suckbowl” not because of its quality but because of how it’s made. David demonstrated it, and I knew I had to try it out. You start by applying color around a bubble, then blow the bubble into as big a sphere as you can manage. Getting it nice and hot, you …
I tried to show a co-worker this vase I made, but I couldn’t find any posts of it. Did I miss a whole kiln-full of glasswork I did this winter? Maybe. I had two of these but gave one away. It looked very similiar to this, but had a shorter neck.
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