The USB cord for my camera card reader decided to stop working Sunday, so I wasn’t able to post this until I got a replacement. I was working on my fishie dishes.Here are the gallery submissions-to-be:
Each sushi set will have one large fish and one or two smaller ones, plus chopsticks. Surplus dishes will be sold individually, as pate dishes or soap dishes or whatever people want to use them for.
 I swear, those are the plainest chopsticks I could find in downtown St. John’s. I was aiming for brown or black, but all I could find was Hello Kitty and samurai. The green ones will look nice with the red clay, though, so I’m not too annoyed. I just hope they look good with the finished items… I haven’t used the red clay with the Bug glaze yet, so this whole project could just be a terrible disappointment when it comes out of the kiln.
 Danielle-from-work even pointed out that they look a little like seaweed from a distance.
 AKA a “learning experience”.