Excuse the crappy cell phone snapshot, but these little guys could only be unwrapped for a minute without drying out. I spent most of Saturday morning casting these four, and 90 minutes tonight cleaning them up and texturing them. They are now wrapped in plastic and stowed in the basement for a month to cure.
I'm doing a sale in Morristown, NJ in May and would like to have some small pieces available. Being 6'2" though, my idea of "small" is different than others'. It's a hard balance, because bigger troughs provide a more stable, consistent temperature and moisture level. Small troughs are like skillets in the hot summer sun. Too big, though, and they are a pain to move.