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Slab building is one of the most exciting ways to make work with clay. And if you prefer more instant gratification than you can get from a wheel, slab building is a great way to go. Finding slump and hump molds in interesting shapes at thrift shops and dollar stores is a great way to... Read More »

How to Make a Platter Using a Slump Mold

Slab building is one of the most exciting ways to make work with clay. And if you prefer more instant gratification than you can get from a wheel, slab bui

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How to Make a Textured Bisque Mold that Mimics a Thrown Piece

How to Make a Textured Bisque Mold that Mimics a Thrown Piece

How to Make a Textured Bisque Mold that Mimics a Thrown Piece

This clip was excerpted from In the Studio with Randy Johnston and Jan McKeachie-Johnston , which is available in the Ceramic Arts Daily Shop! Make Even Clay Slabs Quickly With This Genius Tool Slab rollers are wonderful for making clay slabs of even thickness, but not everyone has the space or the money for this... Read More »

DIY Pocket Slab Roller Makes Perfect Slabs Every Time - Ceramic Arts Network

Ceramic Arts Daily – Pottery Video of the Week: How to Make a Wiggle Wire Mug

Pottery Video of the Week: How to Make a Wiggle Wire Mug

Ceramic Arts Daily – Ceramic Decorating Tool Techniques: How To Use Clay Pencils, Slip Trailers, Glaze Pens, and Carving Tools to Decorate Ceramics

Lisa Pedolsky building geometric shapes in clay using paper patterns.

How to Use Tar Paper as a Support While Slab Building

Impeccably Constructed: The Slab Pottery of Lisa Pedolsky By Jonathan Kaplan Article printed from Ceramic Arts Daily We recently ran a video about using tar paper templates for not j…

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How to Make a Textured Bisque Mold that Mimics a Thrown Piece - Ceramic Arts Network

Forget the Plaster! How to Make a Surprisingly Durable Hump Mold out of Unfired Clay

Forget the Plaster! How to Make a Surprisingly Durable Hump Mold out of Unfired Clay

Forget the Plaster! How to Make a Surprisingly Durable Hump Mold out of Unfired Clay - Ceramic Arts Network

Two Techniques for Handbuilt Feet

Suze Lindsay Shares Two Techniques for Handbuilt Feet

Use wood corner moulding as a mold for triangular feet. In today’s video, Pouring Vessels: Making and Decorating Expressive Functional Pottery, Suze shares a couple of great little techniques for added feet.

How to Make Great Slump-MOlded Plates with a Cheap Craft Store Tool, by Nancy Gallagher - Ceramic Arts Daily

How to Make Great Slump-Molded Plates with A Cheap Craft Store Tool

"Want to make quick work of multiple, handbuilt plate forms? Try Styrofoam rings found in most craft supply stores (for wreath making), They’re inexpensive, lightweight, and easy to store.

Ceramic Arts Daily – Wheel Throwing Video: Buttered Up – How to Make a Wheel Thrown and Altered Butter Dish on the Pottery Wheel

Wheel Throwing Video: Buttered Up - How to Make a Wheel Thrown and Altered Butter Dish on the Pottery Wheel

We smashed the lid on our butter dish about three years ago and I have been meaning to make another one ever since.

I love the surfaces of Jason Bige Burnett’s pots. They remind me of the Sunday newspaper cartoon transfers I (and probably a lot of you out there) used to do with Silly Putty® as a child. Interestingly enough, Jason uses a transfer technique involving newspaper (but not Silly Putty®) to make some of the... Read More »

Slip and Stick: How to Use Stained Slips and Newsprint to Make Monoprints on Pottery

I love the surfaces of Jason Bige Burnett's pots. They remind me of the Sunday newspaper cartoon transfers I (and probably a lot of you out there) used to

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