It looks kinda tan-ish in this picture but its actually a light green. I think it is the best soup bowl I've made so far and that's why i picked it to post. When I want a single color to stand out I will dip it twice but when it was fired it looks like the second layer kinda slid down on the inside of the bowl (if that makes any sense). There is also a small crack on the bottom of the inside, but the bowl is still usable.
I really like this one and I use it all the time, in fact I'm drinking hot chocolate out of it right now. When I glazed it I only used one layer of indigo and didn't double dip it so the blue color only showed in a few spots but it still looks pretty cool.
My Chwan bowl turned out pretty awesome. I dipped it in indigo first and the place where I was holding it didn't have any glaze so I painted on brick red in the triangle. It dripped a little and made a cool design and around the red triangle the indigo glaze was really light so it turned kinda green. I use this for dips a lot.
Um.. Well when it was drying on the shelf someone knocked it over and set a bat on top of it so it got kinda squished.... Then as I was dipping it in the glaze the handle I was holding onto fell off and the entire vase fell in the bucket so I had to fish it out. On the up side the color came through really nice because of all the glaze...
I guess I don't like this mug too much but is the only one I had at home at the time so I had to take a picture of it. It turned out really nice and the colors are cool, its a good size and everything so I'm not sure why I don't like it... when it was fired the second time something else exploded in the kiln and the spiral on the bottom of the handle broke off. I haven't used it yet.