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Sometimes I am rushing and didn’t centering well to begin with it than , here is my tip. | Instagram
Sometimes I am rushing and didn’t centering well to begin with it than , here is my tip. | Instagram
Bats, Ideas, Crafts, Beginners, Techniques, Tips, Bat, Hacks
Vozz Ceramics  |  Drew Foster on Instagram: "I've been having such a fun time making these Drippy Vozzes! The brilliant cutout technique is from @shioshita.ceramics , who does amazing stuff. I'm looking forward to making another batch of these puppies soon! . . . #howitsmade #pottery #potteryset #potterylove #ceramicart #studiopottery #gay4clay #wheelthrownpottery #ceramicsofinstagram #potterygifts" Ceramic Art, Pottery Techniques, Pottery Gifts
Vozz Ceramics | Drew Foster on Instagram: "I've been having such a fun time making these Drippy Vozzes! The brilliant cutout technique is from @shioshita.ceramics , who does amazing stuff. I'm looking forward to making another batch of these puppies soon! . . . #howitsmade #pottery #potteryset #potterylove #ceramicart #studiopottery #gay4clay #wheelthrownpottery #ceramicsofinstagram #potterygifts"
Workshop, Diy, Clay Sinks, Clay Pottery, Pottery Tools, Pottery Studio, Pottery Equipment
My new Clay Trap
Silt Trap, Pottery Workshop, Clays, Diy Pottery
Keeping Your Drain Unclogged With a Homemade Clay Glop Trap - Liz Crain Studio
Stacia Miller on Instagram: "This was my fourth most watched real of 2023. It’s kind of funny what becomes popular, and what doesn’t. I went through a time of making plates with different materials underneath, trying to find my favorite material. Craft foam works pretty well, and peels off easily once the clay is to the right stage of dryness. But it wasn’t my favorite, since craft foam is just a bit stretchy. It makes throwing a bit weird.  I also tried using thick plastic sheets (I don’t recommend!) and tar paper (which I did like). I need to make some more plates here before too long, so I will keep updating everyone on that journey.  If you have questions about this process, you can check out the original reel and comments. Lots of those questions have already been answered.   #Plate # Popular, Plate, Pottery Ideas, Plates, Foam
Stacia Miller on Instagram: "This was my fourth most watched real of 2023. It’s kind of funny what becomes popular, and what doesn’t. I went through a time of making plates with different materials underneath, trying to find my favorite material. Craft foam works pretty well, and peels off easily once the clay is to the right stage of dryness. But it wasn’t my favorite, since craft foam is just a bit stretchy. It makes throwing a bit weird. I also tried using thick plastic sheets (I don’t recommend!) and tar paper (which I did like). I need to make some more plates here before too long, so I will keep updating everyone on that journey. If you have questions about this process, you can check out the original reel and comments. Lots of those questions have already been answered. #Plate #
How to center a pot ❤️
How to center a pot ❤️ ••• Follow @framboiselle.ceramics for more!
Inspiration, Wheel Thrown Pottery, Thrown Pottery
How to Process Soil into Clay for Pottery Fimo, Homestead Survival, Outdoor, How To Make Mortar, Homemade Clay, How To Make Clay
How to Process Soil into Clay for Pottery
How to Process Soil into Clay for Pottery
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Art, Potter, Repurposed, Tools, Sponge, Noon
Lea Durie artist|maker|potter on Instagram: "Tuesday Tips Pottery tips back for 2024 Don’t forget to save!  This week is how to make a cheat’s turning chuck for pottery.   I’ve been meaning to make one of these for turning cups for so so long. But it just doesn’t quite make it to the top of the jobs list.   Then I saw someone using a small terracotta plant pot to press the rim of a cup to make it round.  I thought perhaps they would work upside down as a chuck.   And they do!   Chucks are good for protecting the rim when turning your cup. And also for keeping the top nice and round. Usually they are made from clay and kept leather hard or bisque fired. Or even cast from plaster. But this pot works fine and cost about $2-3.   Let me know if you try it out.   Lea xo #potteryprocess  #studiop Pottery Cups
Lea Durie artist|maker|potter on Instagram: "Tuesday Tips Pottery tips back for 2024 Don’t forget to save! This week is how to make a cheat’s turning chuck for pottery. I’ve been meaning to make one of these for turning cups for so so long. But it just doesn’t quite make it to the top of the jobs list. Then I saw someone using a small terracotta plant pot to press the rim of a cup to make it round. I thought perhaps they would work upside down as a chuck. And they do! Chucks are good for protecting the rim when turning your cup. And also for keeping the top nice and round. Usually they are made from clay and kept leather hard or bisque fired. Or even cast from plaster. But this pot works fine and cost about $2-3. Let me know if you try it out. Lea xo #potteryprocess #studiop