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Ceramic Crochet by Slayer-Igraine Ceramic Crochet by Slayer-Igraine
maths + crochet + ceramics = Not-so-soft sculpture.
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verulka Featured By Owner Nov 3, 2012  Professional Artisan Crafter
You have been featured here [link] . :P
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Cyndrome Featured By Owner Oct 21, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
What an awesome idea!
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TheMagentaCrayon Featured By Owner Sep 2, 2012  Student Artisan Crafter
That is so freaking amazing, I can't wrap my head around it! O.O Love it!
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Slayer-Igraine Featured By Owner Sep 6, 2012  Student Artisan Crafter
Thank you. ^^
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jpcustom Featured By Owner Aug 28, 2012  Professional Artisan Crafter
slip drenched yarn + crochet then slow bisque to burn out organics? that's my best guess

very very awesome idea tho :) well done
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Slayer-Igraine Featured By Owner Sep 6, 2012  Student Artisan Crafter
Yup, that was it. :) thanks.
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verulka Featured By Owner Aug 25, 2012  Professional Artisan Crafter
I am curious to understand, how did you do that? It's very good! :clap:
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Slayer-Igraine Featured By Owner Sep 6, 2012  Student Artisan Crafter
It was a normal crocheted hyperbolic growth, dipped in earthenware slip and then fired. :)
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verulka Featured By Owner Sep 7, 2012  Professional Artisan Crafter
And does the crocheted hyperbolic growth burned? And did you glazed it after that? And how did you preserve it to don't, broke, it's very thin I guess...It's really interesting.
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Slayer-Igraine Featured By Owner Sep 12, 2012  Student Artisan Crafter
Yeah, the yarn burns away. And yes, I had to glaze it, it was earthenware and very fragile. I did do a knitting porcelain square as well, which I left unglazed. Still very fragile, but more structural integrity than the earthenware. I'd like to try the hyperbolic growth in porcelain, too, but I figured it was better to stick with earthenware for the first attempt. It's a complicated enough shape as is without trying to factor in the greater warping that'd happen with porcelain. <_<
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