Hollow forms are a challenge, and I like making them. They are usually hollowed through a small hole in the top. The aim is to get the walls thin but, obviously, not to break through. Success can be judged from the weight of the piece. Vases and goblets with a wide opening are easier to hollow but, because the interior is visible, they present their own problems when finishing and polishing.
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