I believe that for a pot to have the same look and feel as an ancient Anasazi pot it has to be made the same way. There are many potters that have tried to copy only the look of an Anasazi pot, but without following the ancient process it just doesn't have the right feel. For me, it is all about the process and the journey, the whole experience start to finish, and to me this pays respect to the Anasazi and their culture. I focus mainly on anasazi "Black on White”. This style is appealing to me because of how unique and striking the designs are and how challenging the process is from start to finish.  Here is a simplified list of the steps that I go through: