Let's finish up the post from yesterday because I am crossing my fingers that blogger is going to work with me and allow me to post images (see I can have positive thoughts, sometimes). This morning mom and I headed over to the studio to work on enameling pieces. We were there for almost seven hours and I completed two hand bowls, a sun pendant (because the first sun pendant got buggered up - thank goodness we had two patterns), five small leaf bowls, and two medium sized bowls. My feet are killing me!!!!! Though I am proud of myself for enameling that many things. Mom was a sawing fiend and she sawed out a bowl I am really looking forward to enameling - it is AWESOME!!! Ok, on with the show.
As you know I was trying to load images of the pieces I am working on for Juls. I left off with one of the hands being sawed out. Let us continue on this journey of the sun flare pendant and the hand bowl.
Sun flare cut out Ready to sand and file Torching the hand to form
Mom forming Hitting a hand
Enamel on Sun flare
Enamel on hand
Completed sun flare pendant
The next thing I worked on was enameling five different leaf bowls - these were small bowls.
Here are the two medium sized bowls: One bowl is just red and the other bowl is black with marigold yellow
I am going to show you a sneak bead of our bead soup piece (and no your monitor is not messed up - I blurred the image)
Yesterday mom worked on fixing our tent that was buggered up during Hurricane Delphi. We are crossing our fingers that this will hold the structure together or it is off to buy another new tent.
I guess that is it for today. I do plan on re-taking all the images and posting them out on Flickr and on Etsy to sell. I really want to re-take photos of the hand bowls and sun flare pendant for Juls so she has a better idea of what the hands look like and she can choose which one she likes the best.
I also need to take photos of some pieces mom and I finished making and get those posted to the blog, Flickr, and Etsy. So much to do and so few hours in the day. At least we are staying busy and out of trouble (for the most part at least).