Some new pots

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Very nice work Paul :D I particularly love the green oval.
 

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Absolutely fantastic! That first one has a refinement and style that is just cool.
 

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Very nice! I love them all! I like that the round ones have 4 feet. 4 feet right? Perfect placement. The glazes are just fine!
 

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Really nice. I'm generally not a huge fan of heavily textured pots, but these are great. Think I like the first one the best but it's actually pretty hard to pick a favorite. They are all worthy.
 

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Absolutely fantastic! That first one has a refinement and style that is just cool.
Hey Clyde,

I appreciate your compliment very much.

Thanks for the feedback on pot #1. I have been working out the bugs on that particular finish for a while now. I'm glad you found it appealing.

Regards,
Paul
 

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Very nice! I love them all! I like that the round ones have 4 feet. 4 feet right? Perfect placement. The glazes are just fine!
Si,

As always, your feedback is appreciated.

In general, I like to use a 5 foot pattern on my round pots. I have included a couple of photos below that show this.

The round pots shown above all have this 5 foot pattern. I feel that visually, this design element provides a very solid and stable appearance to the pots.

Thanks for taking the time to share your thoughts.

Cheers,
Paul
 

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Beautiful as usual Paul. I really like the blue green oval. I could see an azalea in that one.
 

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Really nice. I'm generally not a huge fan of heavily textured pots, but these are great. Think I like the first one the best but it's actually pretty hard to pick a favorite. They are all worthy.
Much obliged woodguy.

I appreciate your feedback very much.

Regards,
Paul
 

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Beautiful as usual Paul. I really like the blue green oval. I could see an azalea in that one.
Hey Ryan,

It's nice to hear from you. I hope that you have gotten things sorted out to your satisfaction.

Thanks for taking the time to share your thoughts with me.

Cheers,
Paul
 

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Hey Ryan,

It's nice to hear from you. I hope that you have gotten things sorted out to your satisfaction.

Thanks for taking the time to share your thoughts with me.

Cheers,
Paul
Hi Paul,

You're welcome, any time! And yes I've reduced my collection some what and trying to focus my attention on non-bonsai stuff...but it's not really working out so far haha:confused::D

Ryan
 

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Another nice batch Paul, I happen to like them all too.

Ryan is right an Azelea would look great in that pot.

What kind of sizes are we lookg at Paul?

Is #4 for sale?
 
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Another nice batch Paul, I happen to like them all too.

Ryan is right an Azelea would look great in that pot.

What kind of sizes are we lookg at Paul?
Thanks Bill, I appreciate your feedback.

In regards to size:

#1 - round, 8 1/8" x 2 1/4"
#2 - round, 8 1/8" x 2 1/4"
#3 - round, 4 3/4" x 1 1/2"
#4 - oval, 7 5/8" x 6 1/2" x 1 1/2"
#5 - oval, 7 1/8" x 6 1/2" x 1 1/2"

Cheers,
Paul
 

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Focusing on the glazes, I like them best in this order: #2, #1, #3, #4.

I am interested in the technique that gives the crackled effect. Can you explain how that's done?

Jeff
AKA Bonsai Barry
 
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