Potters & Sculptors - Making Rock from Mud
Good question. It's probably got a specific name in some other language (Korean, Chinese, or Japanese?). Hopefully it's more elegant than "kinda-sorta soft-clay chattering"
This begs the question:
Does anyone know of a good resource for pottery terms in other languages (ala "kintsugi")? I geek out on that stuff and have yet to find anything satisfactory.
Nice work, too, Tom.
That would make for an awesome garlic plate if your into that sort of thing. I know people pour olive oil in them and then rub garlic for bread dip. I don't do it, but I have seen plates like that. I doubt you care about this, but it is just another way to utilize that technique if your selling pots with it.
I have no idea what it is called. A lot of people do a slip decoration similar to that. Either way nice patterns.