I made 21 tiny pots off the hump...well several humps actually.
And what I finally was able to do (almost) is cut the pot off the hump with a smooth even bottom.
When I started, it was lopsided, and needed a lot of trimming. What! As much work as making a full size vase, center and trim each little darling. And you can't sell anything less than 2 inches high for anywhere more than $10.
Then I found even those with skinny necks were hard to trim, unless I threw a chuck that it would stand inside. So I figured out a short cut...using the rasp that leaves a bit of texture, but is quick enough to take that extra clay off the bottom sides.