Continue burnishing the colors. This process takes some time, but is more than worth the work involved. Study the example carefully, and you can see where I used the circular strokes, inside and out, to create the look of the glaze. To make the highlights look bright and shiny, burnish over them with White.
Deepen the shadows by adding a small amount of Black. You can see it along the neck of the pot and along the left side. It is also seen in the edges of the rims. Add a bit of Black to the surface of the pot as well, using small, circular strokes.
Continue burnishing the tabletop, alternating colors to make it look streaky.
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