Humping

Today at Moosejaw in East Lansing, Sara – sales associate extraordinaire – said, “I have a tendency to use the word “warranty” like a verb. For example, I say, I’m going to warranty my Cerium.” In addition to her outstanding customer experience skills, she gave me permission to use nouns as a verb – so today’s topic is humping … you know, as in making hump molds.

Rasped Styrofoam to create my square-plate template.
Shaped Styrofoam into a oblong dish.
A stack of Styrofoam templates. This Saturday, Jan. 18, I plan to apply the PoP and give it time to set before smoothing the whole thing.

Published by Lolo Robison

Crackin’ Crow Pottery is a Greater Lansing clay studio owned and operated by ceramic artist Lolo Robison. What’s a crackin’ crow? Simply put, it is an alliterative translation of “good crow.”

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