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Ceramic Review Masterclass: John Pollex


John Pollex takes us step-by-step through the processes and techniques he uses to make and decorate his painterly pieces. 1. I use white earthenware clay for my work, making mostly plates, slab pots and teabowls that I throw and handbuild. My large plates measure 30cm after firing. When the clay arrives it is usually too soft, requiring me to leave some out to stiffen before I start making. 2. When the thrown pieces become leatherhard and I have trimmed the bases, I brush three layers of black slip on them. The reason for this is that during firing some of the colours can slightly burn out if not applied thick enough. A black background provides the base with more substance than a white one. 3. I weigh out 25g of body stain/underglaze colour before adding it to 10g of water in a 450g yogurt pot. Once the stain has dissolved, a creamy white slip is then added to make the base slip ready for painting. The consistency of the white slip should just slowly run off a spoon. 4. Plotting out an image is usually done in white slip with a brush or sponge. This is purely improvised at the beginning and continues throughout the work. At this stage, one of the things I like to do is add ambiguous pot and body shapes. 5. I construct my palette of base slips from the following colours: two blue, two green, purple, pink, white and yellow, with a neat orange made from yellow and red stains. Alongside these, I add small amounts of body stain with a brush, which gives a good tonal range of each colour during the work. 6. The colours are arranged with their corresponding neat stains in small jars alongside them. I then stir all the slips, getting them to the correct consistency before starting. The thickness of the slip is similar to yogurt and just about runs off a spoon. 7. I use a variety of brushes mostly obtained from a builder’s merchant. I cut back the bristles so the slip can be picked up easily from the palette. Brushwork often leaves interesting marks and shapes on top of already established areas with improvising being a continuous activity throughout the work. 8. I cut the sponges to various shapes and sizes using an electric bread knife. I am very particular about which edge of the sponge I use to apply a colour. I sponge the base colours on first before adding more with a selection of mixed tones from the same colour. 9. This display cabinet stands behind where I usually paint my pots. I often refer to it before I start, looking to see what finished colours to use before beginning to paint. It shows most of the range of pots I supply to galleries. 10. Once a pot has had its colours added, it is ready for a thick spatula application of white slip to be applied on top. This will almost certainly obliterate the original marks and design underneath. 11. To make the thick white slip, an amount of clay about the size of an orange is taken straight from the bag. I soften it up by spraying water on it and mixing it with a fork until it comes to the right consistency for applying with a spatula. 12. I usually work with a spotlight on either side of me to provide a clear view of the colours. This set up shows the layout of palettes alongside a bucket of water for washing out brushes and sponges. This is essential as brushes and sponges need constant cleaning. 13. All the spatula work is done on a turntable; this makes it easier to see the image from different directions during the placing of the thick white slip. I use an indoor plant spray to stop the work from drying too quickly under the heat of the spotlights. 14. At this stage, most of the thick white slip has been added, covering the original colours but leaving just enough colour underneath for later. I already have an idea by this point of how the neat colours will look when I add them next. 15. Most of the plate is now covered with slip from the spatula and is beginning to show a slightly raised surface. Deciding the direction to apply the spatula work is spontaneous as the whole image is still in progress and becoming more painterly. 16. I now begin to move to the final process of adding the neat coloured stains to the surface of the piece. This is when I can get an idea of how the finished item will look. I always work on more than one pot a time, giving my eyes a rest from each image in between. 17. After some time considering the results of the various stages, I now slowly decide if the work is finished. All the neat colours have been added using sponges and spatulas. The piece is then allowed to dry slowly before a bisque firing. 18. A finished pot showing the colour palette and surface textures achieved by using the sponge and spatula technique of applying different coloured slips. Ceramic Review has been the international magazine for ceramics, ceramic art and pottery since 1970. Print + Digital One Year, £48 & Digital for £20.99 - 🤍 Videography Layton Thompson

How I make a ceramic chicken mug - Hand carved pottery


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How I make ceramics at my home studio (hand-built ceramics) | The entire pottery process


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How I Started My Pottery Business at 23


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How I make a ceramic wildflower mug


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Ceramic Review: Masterclass with Adrian Bates


'With a background in graphics and teaching, working with ceramics might have been seen as an afterthought, but in fact it has become what I think of as my first ‘proper’ career.' In this video, Adrain Bates takes us step-by-step through the processes he uses to create one of his organic Möbius Deconstructed forms Discover how Adrian makes his work in the full step-by-step masterclass inside CR 301 (January/February 2020). You can order current and back issues of the magazine from ceramicreview.com. Film by Layton Thompson for Ceramic Review

Basics of Ceramic Glazing: Types & Techniques


In this video, you will learn the different types of ceramic glazes and application techniques to achieve a variety of effects. To learn more about our studio, please visit our website: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍

How a Ceramics Master Makes Plates for Michelin-Starred Restaurants — Handmade


On this episode of Handmade, ceramicist Jono Pandolfi shows us how his team makes 300 handcrafted plates, mugs, cups, and other dinnerware for some of America’s best restaurants. You can read more about Pandolfi here: 🤍 Eater is the one-stop-shop for food and restaurant obsessives across the country. With features, explainers, animations, recipes, and more — it’s the most indulgent food content around. So get hungry. Subscribe to our YouTube Channel now! 🤍

How to Make a Stoneware Pottery Bowl, from Beginning to End — Narrated Version


Here's how I make a medium stoneware bowl, from the very beginning as a lump of soft clay to the finished, fired vessel. There are many steps, from throwing, turning, bisque firing, waxing, glazing and finally reduction firing. Below you'll find some timestamps if you'd like to see certain processes. Timecodes: 0:00 - Wedging clay 0:47 - Throwing 3:05 - Trimming 6:07 - Bisque firing 6:21 - Waxing 7:24 - Glazing 8:32 - Cleaning up glazed ware 10:32 - Packing gas kiln 11:51 - Firing gas kiln 12:18 - Initiating reduction atmosphere 13:17 - Opening kiln 14:20 - Finished bowls Let me know if you've got any questions in the comments below and as always, thanks for watching. Instagram – 🤍 TikTok – 🤍 Website – 🤍

Making ceramic sculpture from clay - Transplant series


This video shows the full record process of how I make the ceramic sculpture - Transplant series. This video includes press molding, coil building, clay handbuilding, and assembling. Chapters: 00:00 Intro 00:36 Introduction to Liang Ceramic Studio 01:38 Rolling clay slabs 02:36 Press molding feet 06:50 Refining feet 07:20 Preparing work space 09:15 Coil-building the base 11:42 Attaching the feet to the base 14:30 Adding features to the sculpture 16:45 Coil-building the upper section 19:10 Working on another piece of art concurrently 20:47 Adding more features to the sculpture 23:55 Refining the details 25:19 Drying the clay sculpture 26:00 Finishing clay building, please subscribe for firing and glazing Hi, this is Wanying Liang. I am an artist based in upstate New York. I record the process of how I work on ceramic sculptures. The videos are mostly slow, quiet, sometimes might be boring, but you may find them satisfying to watch, too. I hope you enjoy and please let me know if you've got any questions down in the comments. Please subscribe to my channel for more videos on ceramic art sculptures. Thanks for watching and I'll see you soon with a new upload. Website: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Tools I Recommend: For cutting holes: 🤍 Tool kit set for beginners: 🤍 For scoring: 🤍 Soft rib: 🤍 Wire stylus tool: 🤍 Mudwire: 🤍 Sculpting tools: 🤍 🤍 Wire Stylus: 🤍 Clay scraper: 🤍 Filming Equipment I Use: (Budget friendly version) Camera Sony A7 iii: 🤍 Sony SEL85F18 FE 85mm F1.8: 🤍 Sony SEL35F18F FE 35mm F1.8: 🤍 Tripod for camera: 🤍 (Better quality version) Camera Sony A1: 🤍 Sony FE 85mm f/1.4 GM Lens: 🤍 Sony FE 35mm f/1.4 GM Lens: 🤍 Sony FE 24-70mm F2.8 GM II Lens: 🤍

How do I create handmade ceramics


Video process of hand-made ceramic plates and cup After the pot will dry I glaze and fire it in the kiln 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍

ASMR Ceramic Duck Planter Making of Process | Full Process of Ceramic | Studio Vlog | ASMR Vlog


✶ Ceramic Shop: 🤍 ✶ Monthly Happy Mail: 🤍 ✶ Illustration Shop: 🤍 Instagram: Ceramics: 🤍 Illustrations: 🤍 Hi there, thanks for coming by. I am a freelance ceramist, my mission is to "turn clay into animals that cheer you up : )" Feel free to head to my Instagram or website if you are curious about what I make. I hope you enjoyed my vlog! Music by repair Piano & Music by Yuka Taniguchi Trombone by Akira Kusaka #studiovlog #ceramicvlog #packingorders #illustrationvlog #silentvlog #weeklyvlog #freelanceartist #smallbusiness #shopupdate

a day in the life of a ceramic artist & small business owner


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30 Artists Taking Pottery To The Next Level


These artists are masters at pottery. Whether they are using techniques that are thousands of years old or taking inspiration from the modern-day world around them, they create pieces that are one of a kind. They shape, carve, paint, and design their works in ways that make them stand out from the crowd. Watch more from ART INSIDER on Snapchat Discover: 🤍 For more, visit: Jon Almeda: 🤍 Judi Tavill: 🤍 Adrien Miller: 🤍 Adam Field: 🤍 Dean McRaine: 🤍 Cammie Meerdink: 🤍 Eric Stearns: 🤍 Judith Ernst: 🤍 Paul and Tracy Lyon: 🤍 Hedy Yang: 🤍 Kevin Kowalski: 🤍 Vicente Garcia: 🤍 Evan Cornish-Keefe: 🤍 Giant pot: 🤍 Hugh Hope: 🤍 José Domingo Prado: 🤍 Matt Horne: 🤍 Ayumi Horie:🤍 Katie Marks: 🤍 Sean Forest Roberts: 🤍 Royce Hilderbrand: 🤍 Tom Kemp: 🤍 Risa Nishimori: 🤍 Adam Russel: 🤍 Eric Landon: 🤍 Julia Sverchuk: 🤍 Ryan Dolan: 🤍 Chris Casey: 🤍 Lori Phillips: 🤍 Leili Towfigh: 🤍 #Pottery #Artist #INSIDER INSIDER is great journalism about what passionate people actually want to know. That’s everything from news to food, celebrity to science, politics to sports and all the rest. It’s smart. It’s fearless. It’s fun. We push the boundaries of digital storytelling. Our mission is to inform and inspire. Subscribe to our channel and visit us at: 🤍 INSIDER on Facebook: 🤍 INSIDER on Instagram: 🤍 INSIDER on Twitter: 🤍 INSIDER on Snapchat: 🤍 INSIDER on Amazon Prime: 🤍 30 Artists Taking Pottery To The Next Level

Ceramics Documentary | Seven Days in Helsinki: Conversations with Kyungmin Park | Jesse Borkowski


🤍 In November of 2018 ceramics artist and figurative sculptor Kyungmin Park spent seven days in Helsinki. These are her stories. Internationally recognized award-winning filmmaker Jesse Borkowski (Real Value) presents an intimate portrait of the life and work of internationally celebrated figurative sculpture artist Kyungmin Park (Emerging Ceramic Artist, NCECA). Best Documentary Winner Mile High International Film Festival Excellent Documentary Winner San Francisco International New Concept Film Festival Jury Special Award Winner The Golden Wheat Awards Official Selection Switzerland International Film Festival Official Selection Richmond International Film Festival Official Selection Mesa International Film Festival Official Selection Golden State Film Festival Official Selection Andromeda Film Festival Official Selection Anatolia Film Festival About Kyungmin Park (🤍 Originally from South Korea, Kyungmin earned her MFA in Ceramics from the University of Georgia in 2012 and her BFA from the New York State College of Ceramics at Alfred University in 2008. Currently, Kyungmin is an Assistant Professor of 3D studio Art at Endicott College in Beverly, MA. Park was a long-term resident artist at the Archie Bray Foundation in Helena, Montana where she earned the 2014-2015 Matsutani Fellowship and the 2015-2016 Windgate Fellowship. Park has won multiple awards; her most recent recognition being from the National Council on Education the Ceramic Arts (NCECA), which granted her the 2016 Emerging Artist of the Year Award; Ceramics Monthly Magazine also gave her that same designation in 2015. Kyungmin was invited as a 2017 Guest Artist at the Jingdezhen International Studio in Taoxichuan Ceramic Park, Jingdezhen, China and one of her recent exhibitions, 74th Scripps College Ceramic Annual show in 2018, was featured in the LA Times. About Jesse Borkowski (🤍) Jesse is a nationally recognized Princess Grace Award recipient, a Jury Prize winner at the Szeged International Super8 Film Festival, and a First Place winner at the After Hours Film Festival. His work has been awarded 12 Telly Awards, including 2 Gold Awards, in the categories of Viral Video, Social Issues, Social Responsibility, Education, Editing, Recruitment and Use of Humor. His first feature length film Real Value is an award-winning economics documentary that delivers a refreshing meditation on how business can be used to create value beyond profit; connecting motivational stories from social entrepreneurs working in agriculture, apparel, insurance, and biofuel, with the captivating science behind our perception of value from world-renowned professor of psychology and behavioral economics, Dan Ariely. The film was an official selection of The South African Eco Film Festival, The Sustainable Living Film Festival, has over 700,000 views on YouTube, and has screened dozens of times internationally. Ceramics | Documentary | Figurative Sculpture | Film | Trailer | Movie | Art | Artist

How to Center Clay — A Beginner's Guide


This is my ultimate guide on how to centre clay on the potter's wheel, (centre, center? Yes I'm using both spellings, both English and American, so it's searchable for people all over the world). I've tried to go into as much detail as possible to thoroughly explain each little step along the way as well as showing you how to fix certain errors and discussing all the little tips and tricks I have. Enjoy, and I hope this video is useful! Let me know if it is in the comments below. • How to wedge clay video: 🤍 • How to center clay: 🤍 • How to pull up the walls of clay: 🤍 • How to open up and form the base: 🤍 • How to lift pots off the wheel: 🤍 • How to throw a bowl: 🤍 • Trimming tips and tricks: 🤍 📖 • PRE-ORDER MY BOOK: 🤍 ⏱ • Timecodes: 0:00 - Introduction and discussing the importance of preparing clay, (wedging) 0:50 - What shape to make the wedged up balls of clay 1:23 - How to sit at the wheel properly 1:41 - Positioning of left arm, the 'anchor' 2:02 - How to slam the clay down effectively 4:21 - How to position left arm and push upper body weight onto the clay 5:10 - Water/slip usage 5:36 - Using little finger to seal the base of the clay 6:00 - Introducing vertical pressure 8:01 - The centred shape I'm after 8:26 - Scraping the ball of clay if it feels gritty 9:02 - Discussing the speed of the wheel 9:53 - How to position hands as to not grind your skin 10:32 - Pinching fingers and focusing on stability 11:18 - Using the leftover 'skim' of clay to help stick down the balls of clay 11:37 - Coning the clay 13:50 - How to remove your hands from the clay as not to introduce a wobble 15:20 - The importance of centring Instagram – 🤍 TikTok – 🤍 Website – 🤍

Why Porcelain Is So Expensive | So Expensive | Business Insider


Handmade ceramics aren't cheap, but porcelain is often even more expensive. Compared to other ceramics, porcelain is non-porous, white, and translucent. The secret to these differences is in the clay. But even for experienced potters, porcelain can be challenging to work with. So how is porcelain made and why is it so expensive? MORE SO EXPENSIVE VIDEOS: Why Moroccan Zellige Tiles Are So Expensive | So Expensive 🤍 Why Japanese Denim Is So Expensive | So Expensive 🤍 Why French Leavers Lace Is So Expensive | So Expensive 🤍 #Porcelain #SoExpensive #BusinessInsider Business Insider tells you all you need to know about business, finance, tech, retail, and more. Visit us at: 🤍 Subscribe: 🤍 BI on Facebook: 🤍 BI on Instagram: 🤍 BI on Twitter: 🤍 BI on Snapchat: 🤍 Boot Camp on Snapchat: 🤍 Why Porcelain Is So Expensive | So Expensive | Business Insider

How I make easy hand-built ceramic plates - The entire pottery process


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The Process Behind Ceramic Plates at Some of the Best Fine Dining Restaurants — Handmade


Oakland-based Erin Hupp at Erin Hupp Ceramics makes handmade plates and dishes for restaurants. She views restaurants as live galleries to showcase her art that is enhanced by the art of the chefs that use her plates. For more food and restaurant news, sign up for our newsletters: 🤍 Credits: Producer/Director/Camera: Carla Francescutti Director/Camera: Murilo Ferreira Editor: Christian Moreno Executive Producer: Stephen Pelletteri Development Producer: Ian Stroud Supervising Producer: Stefania Orrù Audience Development: Terri Ciccone, Frances Dumlao, Avery Dalal For more episodes of 'Handmade', click here: 🤍 Eater is the go-to resource for food and restaurant obsessives with hundreds of episodes and new series, featuring exclusive access to dining around the world, rich culture, immersive experiences, and authoritative experts. Binge it, watch it, crave it. Subscribe to our YouTube Channel now! 🤍

5 Ways to Add CURVES to slab ceramics // hand building ceramics for beginners


Do you build slab ceramics, but are bored of all the straight lines? Believe it or not, there are various ceramics techniques that can add curved to your slab ceramics! This ceramics tutorial for beginners shows the WHOLE process of building a handmade ceramic mug, and includes 5 different way to add curves to your pottery. Let's get into it! //ONLINE CLASSES Glazing for Beginners: 🤍 Pottery Wheel for Beginners: 🤍 Staining Clay & Marbling Pottery: 🤍 //SHOP Buy my Pottery: 🤍 Slab Pottery Templates: 🤍 Make Pottery at Home ebook: 🤍 //TOOLS & CLAY Stuff I use and recommend: 🤍 //SAY HI! Instagram: 🤍 Newsletter: 🤍 Website: 🤍

Ceramic Review Masterclass: David Binns


In this video David Binns takes us through the techniques and processes he uses to make and glaze one of his distinctive carved vessel forms. Ceramic Review has been the international magazine for ceramics, ceramic art and pottery since 1970. Subscribe today and keep updated with the best in ceramics. Print + Digital One Year for only £48! Digital Only for £20.99! To subscribe, head to 🤍

how to make a ceramic mug ~ no wheel required 🌸 pottery from home


(all links below) this video has been in the making for SO LONG now and i am so excited to finally be sharing it. I know you guys love my pottery content so as requested here is a tutorial on how i make my mugs from home! Please note i am self taught - and am just sharing what I DO - in no means am i saying this is the 'right' or 'correct' way to do things, it is purely just what works for me and i hope some of you find it some what helpful! insta: 🤍lolitaolympia (🤍 🤍lolita.bylolita (🤍 enjoy!! love always, lols xo music by: Oli Hazard 🤍 HOW I MAKE CERAMICS AT HOME (the entire pottery process): 🤍 SUBSCRIBE FOR MORE 💘 🤍 📦✂️💌 where i get my packaging: 🤍 💍✨🤍 where i get my jewellery + get 10% off your order: 🤍 📸💫📹 shop my camera equipment: vlog camera: 🤍 vlog cam tripod: 🤍 big camera (what i use to shoot photos for my business): 🤍 lens: 🤍 editing software: final cut pro x 🎨✨☕️ shop my ceramic equipment: clay tools: 🤍 hand-building wheel: 🤍 glazing brushes: 🤍 website: 🤍 🤍 spotify: 🤍 depop: 🤍 This video was not sponsored, all opinions are my own

CERAMICS AT HOME l How to make plates, two different ways I (bisque and glaze)


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Satisfying Clay Pottery Making || DIY Ceramic Masterpieces


Don't run out of hobbies. We encourage you to create plates, glasses and vases with a particular style that no one else will have in their home. We'll teach you some easy tricks and techniques that you can use to experiment and create tons of decorative objects. You can even give gifts with your hands and put all the love you need to impress anyone. We challenge you to experiment and use all of these clay pottery hacks to create your own DIY projects. Let's start learning and having fun with decorating ideas. In today's tutorial, you will discover satisfying clay pottery making for beginners. We'll also give you DIY ceramic masterpieces ideas that you can make when you are bored. Today we will learn to use thread to create exciting drawings in your vases. We show you how to create containers by mixing colors. Get ready to decorate your living room with colored cups and plates decorated with elements of nature. TIMESTAMPS: 02:01 - Pink vase 03:46 - Mug with lines 06:03 - Coffee cup 09:00 - DIY easy dishes 12:14 - Design with spheres We advise adult supervision and care at all times. This video is made for entertainment purposes. We do not make any warranties about the completeness, safety and reliability. Any action you take upon the information on this video is strictly at your own risk, and we will not be liable for any damages or losses. It is the viewer's responsibility to use judgment, care and precautions if one plans to replicate. The following video might feature activity performed by our actors within controlled environment- please use judgment, care, and precaution if you plan to replicate. All product and company names shown in the video are trademarks™ or registered® trademarks of their respective holders. Use of them does not imply any affiliation with or endorsement by them. 5-Minute Crafts: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Subscribe to 5-Minute Crafts GIRLY: 🤍 The Bright Side of Youtube: 🤍 For more videos and articles visit: 🤍 Music by Epidemic Sound: 🤍

Discover Japanese ceramic artist En Iwamura


Discover the creative practice of Japanese ceramic artist En Iwamura and the legacy of Shigaraki in the first of a new spotlight series from Avant Arte... read more on NOWNESS _ Subscribe to NOWNESS here: 🤍 Like NOWNESS on Facebook: 🤍 Follow NOWNESS on Twitter: 🤍 Daily exclusives for the culturally curious: 🤍 Behind the scenes on Instagram: 🤍 Staff Picks on Vimeo: 🤍

Ceramic Review - Masterclass with Emily Myers


In this video ceramist Emily Myers takes us step-by-step through the processes she uses to create one of her signature Carved Ball forms. Read the full technical masterclass inside the January/February 2021 issue of Ceramic Review: 🤍 Learn alongside this master potter with an in-depth guide - plus uncover many more masterclasses, glaze recipes and techniques - by becoming a subscriber: 🤍

Impossible Ceramic Sculpture Blows My Mind! | Pottery Studio Tour


Join Clark Underwood on his Quest For Zest as he travels to meet creative people of all descriptions. In this episode, he takes a pottery studio tour with potter and sculptor Evan Horn who is making brilliant a clay sculptures in Austin, Texas. We hope you enjoy this mini documentary featuring Evan Horn in his backyard greenhouse pottery studio. Links: 🤍 🤍 🤍 theqfzshow🤍gmail.com

how to start ceramics at home | tools & sources


Answering your top questions about ceramics at home. Hopefully to give you some insight on how to get started and find the materials you need. Let me know what else you want to see :) LINKS Sheffield Pottery 🤍 The Ceramics Shop 🤍 Amazon Storefront (tools+wheel) 🤍 My Ceramics 🤍 THE TURMERIC TIMES greetings beautiful beings, I am Teya! my life is filled with ceramics, mindfulness, and small moments so excited to share it with you along the way i am grateful for you thank you for being here MY SOCIAL MEDIA IG 🤍theturmerictimes Tik Tok 🤍theturmerictimes Website 🤍theturmerictimes.com MUSIC: From artlist.io

HOW I MAKE CERAMICS AT HOME (the entire pottery process) | lolita olympia


(all links below) the full start-to-finish process of how i make pottery/ceramics from home without a wheel (hand building) and the exact materials i currently use! I get lots of messages about doing pottery videos for beginners so i hope you find this helpful xx timestamps: hand building - 00:20 glazing - 04:11 loading the kiln - 06:24 unloading the kiln - 07:50 insta: 🤍lolitaolympia (🤍 🤍lolita.bylolita (🤍 Enjoy!! love always, lols xo SUBSCRIBE FOR MORE 💘 🤍 📦✂️💌 where i get my packaging: 🤍 💍✨🤍 where i get my jewellery + get 10% off your order: 🤍 📸💫📹 shop my camera equipment: vlog camera: 🤍 vlog cam tripod: 🤍 big camera (what i use to shoot photos for my business): 🤍 lens: 🤍 editing software: final cut pro x 🎨✨☕️ shop my ceramic equipment: clay tools: 🤍 hand-building wheel: 🤍 glazing brushes: 🤍 website: 🤍 🤍 spotify: 🤍 depop: 🤍 music: Lukrembo - 🤍 Joey Howard - Autumn Leaves Fall (feat. B.C.Hill) - 🤍 Chinsaku - Blossom - 🤍 Goosetaf - Bumblebee - 🤍 Joey Howard - Heal It for the Evening - 🤍 This video was not sponsored, all opinions are my own

Contemporary Japanese Ceramics from the Collection of Gordon Brodfuehrer


Nature, Tradition and Innovation Contemporary Japanese Ceramics from the Collection of Gordon Brodfuehrer This exhibition explores the evolution of contemporary Japanese ceramics through the work of many artists and a variety of forms, from tea bowls and noodle cups to stunning vases and robust platters. Strong and sculptural, these ceramic pieces also reveal an earthy beauty through abstract forms, soft colors and pools of glaze. These organic objects come from kilns throughout the regions of Japan, and their clear connection to nature will be enhanced with large scale photographs of Japanese landscapes and natural elements. On view Jun 2, 2012 - Jan 13, 2013 at the Mingei International Museum 🤍 Video Produced by Balboa Park Online Collaborative 🤍

Basics of Ceramic Handbuilding: Pinchpot, Coiling & Slab Building


In this video, you will learn the basic handbuilding techniques using clay, which you can use, enhance or combine to create practically any form or object that you wish. To learn more about our studio, please visit our website: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍

Making a Pebble Cup from start to finish - Satisfying Pottery


The full process of making a Pebble Cup/Mug. First, the clay needs to be wedged and weighed. I'm throwing a medium size here, so I use 350g of clay for a finished capacity of around 350ml. Then the mug is thrown. This is the stage that people think of handmade mugs, but in reality it's one of the faster processes. The clay is centred first, then opened, and the walls are pulled up. I then use a rib to smooth the inside as any marks left in the wall will show when it's stamped. The body is left on the batt overnight before being brought back to the wheel and trimmed. This lets me reduce the weight before adding the stamped pattern, as it wouldn't be possible afterwards. I use a pebble I found in the woods next to the studio to stamp the pattern into the clay. I try and be as random as possible with the size and depth of the pattern as it gives a really nice variety to the glaze flow. They're left in a sealed plastic box overnight to firm up a little more. The handles are extruded and left until they are the same level of dryness as the body (the time varies with the weather), then the foot of the mug is trimmed and the handles are attached. The mugs are then left to dry slowly for about a week before they're loaded into a bisque firing (1025°c), which turns the clay into ceramic. They can now be glazed. I wax resist the foot of the piece, allowing my car dent puller to grip them. I glaze the outside first, then pour the glaze into the inside. The glazes used here are Selsor Chun, Heath A2V Ivory, and Floating Blue, and the recipes are on glazy.org. They are then left overnight to dry before being loaded into a cone six (approx 1200°c) firing, where the glazes melt together and flow over the stamped texture to form the final pattern. There are guides that go into a bit more depth on my blog: 🤍 but if you have any questions, post them in the comments and I'll answer as best I can! Link to the tools: 🤍 For examples of my work that's been glazed, check out my Instagram: 🤍 Buy my work, or read more on my blog: 🤍

How To Make Ceramic Roses // handbuilding clay, beginner friendly, two ways


How to make clay roses! I have come up with a new technique which makes making roses very easy and beginner and child friendly! I hope you like it! I'm also explaining a more difficult and time consuming way of making roses. See for yourself which way you like best! I would love to see your results! Bisque fire: 1020°C / 1868°F / cone 06 Glaze fire: 1220°C / 2228°F / cone 6 Let me know in the comments if you have any questions! Tools you can use: Sponge from Mudtools: 🤍 Heat Gun: 🤍 Film equipment: Canon EOS M50: 🤍 Sigma 16 mm Lens: 🤍 Rode VideoMic Pro+: 🤍 Voice-over microphone: 🤍 Tripod: 🤍 Phone holder: 🤍 See more of my work: Site: 🤍 Etsy/shop: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 TikTok: 🤍 DISCLAIMER: Links included in this description might be affiliate links. If you purchase a product or service with the links that I provide I may receive a small commission. There is no additional charge to you! Thank you for supporting me and my channel so I can continue to provide new content!

Korean High-End Ceramic Bowl Factory With 60 Years of History Made by Pottery Artisans


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Metals & Ceramics: Crash Course Engineering #19


Today we’ll explore more about two of the three main types of materials that we use as engineers: metals and ceramics. We’ll discuss properties of metals, alloys, ceramics, clay, cement, and glass-ceramic materials. We’ll also look at the applications of our materials with microelectromechanical systems and accelerometers. Correction: aluminum oxide is not rust; rust refers only to iron oxide. Aluminum does corrode and the process by which it corrodes has been referred to as 'rusting', even if it is technically not rusting unless the material is iron or steel. Crash Course Engineering is produced in association with PBS Digital Studios: 🤍 * RESOURCES: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 * Crash Course is on Patreon! You can support us directly by signing up at 🤍 Thanks to the following Patrons for their generous monthly contributions that help keep Crash Course free for everyone forever: Mark Brouwer, Trevin Beattie, Satya Ridhima Parvathaneni, Erika & Alexa Saur, Glenn Elliott, Justin Zingsheim, Jessica Wode, Eric Prestemon, Kathrin Benoit, Tom Trval, Jason Saslow, Nathan Taylor, Brian Thomas Gossett, Khaled El Shalakany, Indika Siriwardena, SR Foxley, Sam Ferguson, Yasenia Cruz, Eric Koslow, Caleb Weeks, Tim Curwick, D.A. Noe, Shawn Arnold, Ruth Perez, Malcolm Callis, Advait Shinde, William McGraw, Andrei Krishkevich, Rachel Bright, Mayumi Maeda, Kathy & Tim Philip, Eric Kitchen, Ian Dundore, Chris Peters Want to find Crash Course elsewhere on the internet? Facebook - 🤍 Twitter - 🤍 Tumblr - 🤍 Support Crash Course on Patreon: 🤍 CC Kids: 🤍

How I make a ceramic mug | The entire pottery process, hand-built pottery


Today I am showing you how I create my slab built mugs at my home studio! These are available to shop on my online store now!! MY ONLINE SHOP: hanaceramics.com CERAMICS INSTAGRAM: 🤍 Songs are by Indira Elias & Ruby Rodgers Music: Epidemic Sound 🤍 (30 day free trial)

Amazing earthenware pot mass production process. Korean ceramics factory


Amazing earthenware pot mass production process. Korean ceramics factory ✅All video shoots are free! ✅Always wish for the endless development of small businesses and SMEs! ✅Thank you for your interest and viewing. ✅ Manufacturer : Boryoong Ceramic ✅ 🤍 ✅Shooting inquiries Zoominprocess🤍gmail.com ✅Copyright(C) 2022. ZoomInProcess. all rights reserved. #claypot #earthenware #mudpot

Ceramic Review Masterclass: Lorna Fraser


Ceramic artist Lorna Fraser shares the processes and techniques she uses to create one of her intricate handmade flower heads. Ceramic Review has been the international magazine for ceramics, ceramic art and pottery since 1970. Subscribe today and keep updated with the best in ceramics. Print + Digital One Year for only £48! Digital Only for £20.99! To subscribe, head to 🤍

Dental Ceramics (Dental Biomaterials)


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