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    Ceramic art work

    New to this forum, it seems that much of the work is digital, painting, or drawing. As I originally started out pursuing 3D animation, I am very much inspired by digital work and respect the opinion of the digital community. As such I am hoping I can gain some constructive feedback and perspective on my work which I have posted on my blog at idioart.blogspot.com

    I appreciate any feedback that comes my way!

    Here is an example of my work-in-progress:

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    I did ceramics earlier this year, and I found it quite difficult.
    Before this year however I didn't know much or anything about it, but after this year I definitely have a much greater appreciation for it.
    So looking at this, the ball shape at the bottom I think has been really well done, and carefully observed.
    The shape as a whole, I don't know what it is, but just looking at the shape alone, its really interesting and I like how you can't work out what it is, for me it creates interest and intrigue
    What clay did you use? It looks as though its been fired, has it?

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