Well, I’ve been working on some pottery in classes, and this has been a project I’ve been working on for a while. I’ve only started working on pottery for about a year, but this so far has been my biggest project. It’s a total of two feet tall. As some of you may have noticed I am really into .hack since it has its own categories, which is why I used it to inspire such a big project. For those of you who….can’t read the title I guess, its a sculpture of Ovan’s arm lock from .hack//Roots and .hack//G.U. I guess more from G.U. because they ahd more detailed illustrations from G.U. which is what I used when makign this.
As for actually making it, I used a large slab rolled up for the bottom cylinder. I think used dozens and dozens of coils for the two bulbs, and then more stacked on top to make the top edge thing. I know I don’t have the points on top of the very top bit, but this is as tall as I could make it and still fit it in the kiln. The belts are separate slaps that I slipped on, and then after it was fired I choose to just paint it with acrylics instead of using glaze because I couldn’t get the color detail I needed with glaze.
It’s not the best, but I worked hard on it and its better then nothing I guess. As I said above, the whole thing measures up to being two feet tall, and its hollow inside.
There are more pictures after the jump. The pictures aren’t the best because I ended up taking them just inside my room, which meant the lighting wasn’t the best.
I have several other pottery pieces I’ll post a quick small picture of each one, but this one is anime related so I thought it would be more appropriate for this site.
As for the other random pieces, they are as follows:
Some more noticeable ones are that one of them is a sculpture of the Quake IV symbol. There’s a sculpture of the Zohar, but it didn’t turn out too well because the glaze I used turned out really crappy. There’s also the angle sculpture, which is Word or Elegance, Urd’s angel from AMG. I actually did an individual post for her that can be found in the figures category, not page, category. The last picture’s box has the F/SN symbol on top, and the four cheek symbols of Haseo on the sides.