You may remember my post on Saggars and some of my results. I really want to talk a bit more how these wobbly pots are made.
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Tagged ceramics, clay, earthenware, film making, hands on thinking, making, Michael Kline, porcelain, pots, pottery, red fox pottery, Slip, stoneware, terracotta, The Potters Cast, wobbly, wonky, wonky pots, youtube, Zed Lightheart
This week marks to start of the BBC’s Great British Pottery Throw Down, and from the pottery community there has been a mixed response as expected. Personally I am feeling more upbeat about the program.
Patia Davies film on making buttons shows a real sense of rhythm to life and the processes she is going through. The video isn’t a video of a teacher standing in front of a class and doesn’t stop to explain. … Continue reading
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Tagged ceramics, clay, DJ BBQ, film, film making, James Gurney, learning, making, Research, tutorials