My 24 + " fish went into the kiln head first and survived the bisque firing!
I unloaded it a couple of days ago and glazed it with raku glazes.
Yesterday was raku day.
Loaded the kiln, loaded the metal garbage cans with combustible material, fired it up and we were cookin'.
It took nearly an hour to reach temperature since the it was in the first firing of the day...
Into the garbage can it went and stayed there for about 1/2 hour until it was time to remove it for the next batch of ware to be placed into the reduction atmosphere.
Cleaned it up with a scouring brush and carefully placed it on a table. Turned my back to wash my hands, as I returned into the room a big bucket jumped off the shelf and smashed into it and broke it into 4 pieces. WAH, WAH, WAH!!!
So, off to the hardware store for some 2 part epoxy to glue it together, it won't show I guess. So, you break it, you buy it applies most of all to me in this case. It will go on nicely on my deck.