As far as the process goes, we started by making a pinch pot. While it may be referred to as a simple process, pinch pots can be very tricky. If a pinch pot gets too thin in an area, it will fall over and could crack. We focused on creating good thickness of the walls and paying close attention to making a smooth surface. For the second part of the project, students chose an animal and used the scratch/attach method to begin adding details to their pinch pot. Some students made bats, some dogs, some cats. I have my example as a bird.