Updated: Feb 23
This piece is inspired by my old painting called “Hart.”
I had some experience in mixing two different glazes for the surface of rib-cage and it turned out really successful. The result came out so much better than what I expected!!
I had a hard time underglaze the heart part to not to touch the other surface other than itself. I gave it some glowing effect to give energy and power into the heart.
This is the original painting I did a few years ago.
It was my very first painting class in the University of Delaware, which was 'Intro. to paint'
I believe I finished this painting in a short period of time because we didn't get much time to work on.
And here is the glazing part.
I've never done any glazing in ceramic class so intense.
I was so passionate while I was working on it (maybe it's because this piece was going to be in my exhibition lol).
I honestly never liked glazing, so I used to use other mediums, such as oil paint, to color ceramics.
But now,,, I fell in love with it!!!
Mixing glaze is so fun!!
especially when I get to test out new glaze I mixed!
It's... so.... precious....!!!!!
When I saw it for the first time when it came out from the kiln,
I screamed with joy and happiness lol.
It came out sooooo perfect!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
And here is my little hammy, Tofu.
She's so cute and little,,,
but she is a big biter! lol
She bites off everything in front of her, even my hands lol.
I saw blood coming out from my hand several times because of her ~_~..