Johnson Cheung-shing Tsang is a Hong Kong sculptor specializing in ceramics, stainless steel sculpture and public artworks. Following in the footsteps of other great pottery artists, Tsang showcased the true beauty of his process by taking step-by-step pictures until the final product is revealed. In a recent sculpture entitled A Painful Pot, Tsang wanted to create a porcelain sculpture that expressed how he felt about his country. The detail is astonishing and you can get a great sense of the intricate craftsmanship involved in the process photos below. In the comments on his blog, Tsang says the scariest and most exciting part is opening the kiln. Impressive, to say the least.