drinking vessel eval

drinking vessel eval - Challenges: My original plan was to...

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Nakul Shah Drinking Vessel Project Evaluation Techniques: Coiling technique was used for the base, which includes making coils, as well as luting and  scoring coils together, followed by blending with a rib. The scoring was done with a serrated  scraper. The cup top was made using a pinching technique to create a pinch pot, which was  luted and scored onto the coiled base.  Preparation:  Prior to forming coils and preparing clay, designs of drinking vessels had to be made, as well as  the search for images and research on drinking vessels.  The drinking vessel had to be fully  functional as well as visually appealing. 
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Unformatted text preview: Challenges: My original plan was to form a drinking vessel solely out of coils. When I put my coils together the vessel was too small, and I decided to blend it and simply use it as a neck, and attached it to a rounded base. I then needed to create a goblet-like top to hold contents. Were Objectives Met? Yes, the objectives were met. The drinking vessel was made fully functional and usable following glazing. Would You Do Anything Differently? There were many bumps on the final product after firing, which could have easily been avoided if I used a rib before firing....
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