Pottery Techniques

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Use the end of decorating tip number 2210, aka star tip 1M, to imprint a perfectly spaced design that you can follow along to create stars or flowers.

Wilton Cake Decorating & Recipes

These new techniques give some of our most used decorating tools even more use. Check out these these DIY cake decorating hacks for fresh inspiration!

making a ceramic baking dish...plus recipe for magic water (joining fluid)

How to Make a Square Baking Dish and Fill it with Rhubarb Crisp - Ceramic Arts Network

In my neck of the woods, it’s almost rhubarb season! So I thought I would repost Sumi von Dassow’s article on how to make a baker for rhubarb crisp, from

The ceramic drawing technique

The ceramic drawing technique

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Though it might sound like a fancy coffee drink, mocha diffusion is a little-known technique of ceramic surface decoration developed and used in the southwest of England. Through a reaction between acid and alkali, intricate veined patterns reminiscent of trees or ferns are created in this process. A while back, we posted an excerpt... Read More »

Mocha diffusion and slip dotting pottery - Mochaware pottery instruction

Mocha diffusion is a clay surface decoration technique developed in southwest England. In this video, the late Robin Hopper demonstrates mocha diffusion.

▶ Pottery - Bone Dry to Soft Clay in 15 Minutes or Less - YouTube

Pottery - Bone Dry to Soft Clay in 15 Minutes or Less

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Xfer Movie.AVI - transferring images to wet clay with transparencies. Seriously amazing #ceramics #pottery

Xfer Movie.AVI

Claire Tietje showing how she transfers VersaInk images onto wet cone 5 clay.

Coming to us strait out of Canada @rachaelkroekerceramics is popping these sliptastic bowls out of some casts. By combining multiple different casting slips in one mold the artist is getting these organic surfaces. Be sure to tag the artists in any critique or comment. Stop by @rachaelkroekerceramics page to see what else the artist is up to. Thanks everyone! Have a lovely Saturday! #clay #ceramics #pottery #bowls #bowl #slipcast #slipgame #casting #ceramic #blue by claycrits

Clay Crits on Instagram: “Coming to us strait out of Canada, @rachaelkroekerceramics is popping these sliptastic bowls out of some casts. By combining multiple…”

Coming to us strait out of Canada @rachaelkroekerceramics is popping these sliptastic bowls out of some casts. By combining multiple different casting slips in one mold the artist is getting these organic surfaces. Be sure to tag the artists in any critique or comment. Stop by @rachaelkroekerceramics page to see what else the artist is up to. Thanks everyone! Have a lovely Saturday! #clay #ceramics #pottery #bowls #bowl #slipcast #slipgame #casting #ceramic #blue by claycrits

glazing techniques

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In her third glaze book, Special Effect Glazes, renowned author, scientist, and potter Linda Bloomfield guides you through the exciting world of special effect glazes. A whole variety of glazes are explored, including crackle glazes, crystal glazes, crater glazes, lichen glazes and drippy glazes. You'll discover how each glaze ingredient contributes to the end result, from the ... (Scroll down for more!)

I have been getting a lot of questions lately about my wedging technique. Well here it is again! #tortus #Copenhagen#ceramics #keramik #pottery #handmade #clay #decoration#decor #nordic #instagood #love #unique#urban #crafts #stoneware #workshop

Instagram post by Tortus Copenhagen • May 26, 2015 at 4:42am UTC

1,849 Likes, 68 Comments - Tortus Copenhagen (@tortus) on Instagram: “I have been getting a lot of questions lately about my wedging technique. Well here it is again!…”

Here is a tip for potters when trimming and avoiding the rim being disturbed. | Elisa Helland-Hansen

Elisa Helland-Hansen on Instagram: “Here is a tip for potters. One of my reasons for avoiding trimming pots for years was experiencing over and over again that my rims got…”

957 Likes, 34 Comments - Elisa Helland-Hansen (@elisahellandhansen) on Instagram: “Here is a tip for potters. One of my reasons for avoiding trimming pots for years was experiencing…”

How to Use Thin Sprigs and Carving to Add Surface Texture - Michelle Swofford

How to Use Thin Sprigs and Carving to Add Surface Texture - Ceramic Arts Network

Michelle Swafford carves a design into a leather hard slab, then makes very thin sprigs from that carving, which she then adheres to the surface of her pots.