Two weeks ago, I had the honor of having a masterclass with Sasha Wardell, learning to cast with bone china. After I got over my ‘I’m standing here in total awe’-moment, I just fell completely in love with her work and bone china casting. Ok I admit it, her as well.
I learned how to cast bone china, how to work with different layers of color, then scraping, slicing and washing away. This is the result, ready to go in the oven. And below the real thing. So I’m curious how it’s going to look finished.
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