How do you figure out when to introduce more grown-up crafts and tools to tiny beings? And then, how do you go about it?
Well, that was a year. We discuss things we made and what we're - maybe, possibly, carefully - planning for 2021.
John Siracusa comes on to talk about the skill tree of art and making, over-encouraging, and lots of different things.
'Tis the season to stare desperately at your empty list! We suggest some fun things and some boring but very practical things, and possibly share a sneaky tip for the people in our lives who have to figure out what to get us.
How do you take a commission? Should you? We try to figure it all out.
Julia has been thinking about what it would be like to lose pottery entirely; she and Tiff cheer each other up.
We take on some great listener questions about important topics like retreats, planning and overplanning, and desserts.
Tiff reports on her stained glass and Inktober adventures, and we talk about the magic of simplicity.
We get into Tiff's new hobby, and talk a little bit about getting into new things.
Is realistic art better than not? Is it important to be able to draw or sculpt with a realistic result? How many times can Julia say "yes and no" in one episode?