I talk to people that hate to glaze and people that love to create interesting surface decoration. For some it's creating the form that matters, the rest is all just window dressing. For other people the form is simply the canvas for the design. But when people look at a piece of pottery they often see either the glaze or the form first, then notice the entire piece as a whole.
|Drawn, Carved, Horse Hair, Glazed Raku Vase|
I guess if you don't like to glaze you should think about that and try to figure out what sort of surface decoration would be interesting to you, then play with that until you enjoy finishing the piece as much as you enjoyed starting it. The same hold true if you don't care so much about the form; find forms that are interesting to you, maybe sculpting would be interesting with your special surface decoration.
The bottom line, in my opinion, is that creating art should be fun. If you don't like a certain aspect of it then start playing until you find something you love. Chances are you're creative enough to find or invent something. Think about your other creative outlets, how can you bring elements from that into your pottery?
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