Here is the idea, mostly white and blue with accents of the yellow and red. Sue is going to use a brown grout I think, that is why it is displayed on a brown piece of paper.
It’s going to take a lot of tiles so for the next couple of kilns, Sue will cycle tiles through.
Today Sue glazed most of the day and got a bisque kiln ready. She cleaned her glaze buckets outside in 60 degree weather.
I have my covers glued together, I have my paper ripped to the right sizes, I need to make the three bindings that get inserted into the tower, and stitch the books. From the left they are, Tower of Inspiration #15, Observation Tower #3, Tower of Inspiration #14, and Tower of Inspiration #16.
The famous quotes are bound into the cross boards on either side and slide down into the tower. I print them out on the same wonderful paper as the Coptic bound books, 100% cotton Arches Text Wove from France.
I’ve arranged a program to print these sheets for me. I can follow the guidelines for ripping each section of the quote into a page.