Hand-building pots and tiny foxes ✨ it's been some time since I've made some 'bigger' vessels. I took this period of limbo to work on things I haven't done in some time. Recycling my clay proper, using the clay to make some plates and designing new thank you cards for all of you. I also found time to make some coconut yoghurt and so far it seems to be progressing well. I hope I'm not cultivating all the wrong types of bacteria.. I haven't been able to keep a proper maintained temperature but it smells and tastes alright at the moment.
I've got a whole lot of errands for today and a small photo session to do at @naturespace.loewen shortly but I know the weekend is coming and I've got a wedding and yakitori dinner to get to 🐛 Can't wait! And for those awaiting the labradorite fox bracelets, the plan still stands. Have a great weekend everyone! #lithopsstudiowip
Reflecting is easy when you’re covered in glass. It’s hard when you’re covered in skin.
My work in progress. Sometimes I wish I had a formal art education of some sort... Transitioning from 3D to 2D is still a big challenge when it comes to landscapes. I hope it will look better with color.