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Different kinds of bowls and how to f$%king make them

Obviously we don’t live in a one size fits all bowls kind of world. So today I’m going to give you guidelines on how much clay to use to make a bowl within given dimensions. 748 more words

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How to pull a wall, without f%&king up

So this week I’ll be discussing the part of throwing guaranteed to both seduce, tease and frustrate you, pulling a wall. The thing to remember about pulling a wall is that its a different entity than centering and opening. 913 more words

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Unf@%king your centering

So we can say this will be the first blog post complimenting an upcoming video series titled, “How to unf@%k your pot.” The series will be dedicated to showing you pragmatic solutions for common wheel throwing/pottery problems. 626 more words

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Proper Preparation

(Make sure to come back to this blog post as I will be adding photos and videos in the future.)

So, we have now gotten past the mental aspects of wheel throwing and are now entering the actual physical act. 696 more words

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So on tuesday after work I took the train and the bus and went to my new studio. I was tired but that didn’t stop me from making a pasterbat to dry the clay on if it needs to be recycled. 506 more words

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You've got to respect the process

(This is my last preface post about the “mental game” of pottery. Feel free to look back at previous posts to get caught up) 412 more words

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