So I came back to the cups today. Now to trim them with a similar freshness so the bottoms don't appear to be from another universe. The same slow methodical wheel, but quick, don't mess too long. Deeper cuts more confidence with the tools. Less attachment. Production is N O T terrible. It can teach.
And then handles. Porcelain likes to make handles better then stoneware does. Some redemption for the white jelly sticky stuff. They are less bulky at the top attachment and less fussy at the bottom.
Handmade is obvious all around.
That's the point of this,
lots of working tomorrows.