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Rumburak would like to know who likes to make pottery from the forum users, and has opened a corresponding forum thread. Many users took the opportunity to show how much creativity they have. You can find a photo selection here.
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Potter Ideas of our users (30)
These ornate lizards have "Beatas" pottery last year.
The ball-shaped lady with the astonished expression on her face is one of the first works of "Sahne".
The original stela of catwoman looks like it's filled with tiny polystyrene beads.
"Dekofee" has been making pottery for 12 years. These are two of her favorite pieces.
Also "Miss Molly" comes from "Dekofees" workshop...
... just like this woman with water jug.
"Sunnäbluemä" also runs the hobby for twelve years and shows her creations here...
... like the Rabenehepaar...
... or those roseballs.
"Sunnäbluemäs" started pottery career with such figures...
... now she only does such a thing sporadically. In this girl only the skirt and hair should be glazed.
"Aconitum" stands for clear shapes, as you can see on this stele...
... and this Native American vessel that looks wonderfully modern.
The fantastic four in frog design go to the account of "Häxli".
"Häxli" likes to work with a technique called "Raku-Brand". A guide has put them in the forum.
With this technique, these two plates of "Häxli" have emerged.
Especially clever is this idea of "Rumburak": With a glued cork, these figures are "a nice souvenir with a bottle of wine."
"Isch hehe!" This cat's head from "Rumburak" seems to be mute.
This elf has designed "Elevin" to match the ivy...
... and continues: "I made the 'gurgle' on presentation because the original was too expensive for me".
"Grabefix" made these blue fish last year...
... and stays true to the color of this dove.
That not everything has to be blue, shows "grabefix" on the basis of these roseballs.
Also "petras-kunststube" likes to use this color from time to time.
… as you can see.
The works of "Rosa rugosa" definitely fall on...
... and impress with a special realism.
"Sumse" shows a weakness for mythical creatures...
... like this cute dragon.
Finally, come to a surrealistic sculpture of "Rumburak".