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Pottery techniques

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There are a few ways to markedly improve your pottery at the wheel, but there is one thing that stands out from the rest. Want to know?

How To use cling wrap to Transfer an image

In a previous post, I shared a link that explains you to use cling wrap to add an image to fabric. Here is one that shows how to use it to carve an image into a soft surface. I have used cling wrap…

How To Sponge Glaze Pottery

Sponge Glazing Pottery is very easy to learn and fun. Follow along and Soak Up some knowledge, 🎯 Click the Link For the complete list of supplies https://po...

How to Pull Up The Walls of a Pot — A Beginner's Guide

Here's the third part of my how-to throw series. This time the film focuses on how to pull up the walls of clay and distribute it evenly. There's a LOT to di...

My Favourite Pottery Tools That Aren't Pottery Tools...

For every traditional pottery tool I have in my studio, I have probably just as many that are a little more out of the ordinary. Here are some of my favourites.

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Zebrawood Carving tools for clay, sculpting, sgraffito, mishima and more. Creates crisp lines on pottery with little or no burs and can do both shallow and deep carving. Shared from IG user: [@thethankfulpotter]
Raku is a traditional Japanese pottery technique. Freshly-fired items are placed into flammable materials such as paper or sawdust, and the resulting fire creates unique patterns.
These pottery designs are painted with bubbles! The art is made by Hedy Yang using a technique called bubble glazing. Colored glaze and dish soap are mixed before being bubbled and layered onto pottery, and the result is a pattern that's unique every time.