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July 14, 2008

Today’s tip addresses a question sent in by a Ceramic Arts Daily reader. This reader wondered if we had any tips for judging the size of a hole on...
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July 11, 2008

Today, we have another video from North Carolina potter Mark Peters. In it, Mark demonstrates how to make a homemade wire faceting tool and then shows how to use...
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July 7, 2008

Have you ever wanted to draw imagery on a vessel or sculpture, but been frustrated by the fact that the surface isn’t a flat piece of paper? Today, Paul...
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July 2, 2008

Today’s Video Tip of the Week is a good follow up to Mark Peters video from last week. Lisa Bare Culp demonstrates a similar technique to Mark’s stamped rim technique,...
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June 27, 2008

Today’s Video Tip of the Week comes to us from Mark Peters of Pine Root Pottery in North Carolina. Mark takes us, from start to finish, through the process...
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June 25, 2008

Today, readers share more good ideas for using old credit cards in the ceramic studio, plus a host of other great ceramic tips!


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June 23, 2008

With these simple tools, Daryl Baird shows you how to make your own custom extruder dies.


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June 20, 2008

Making citrus juicers on the wheel is a fun and deceptively simple little project. Juicers are handy additions to any kitchen and make great gifts too. In today’s Video...
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June 13, 2008

Today’s video comes from my good friend and instructor Lisa Bare Culp. In this video, Lisa gives a refresher course on throwing good strong bowls on the potter’s wheel,...
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June 11, 2008

Ceramic artist Andi Fasimpaur explains her simple technique for making roulettes, or rolling stamps, for decorating pottery and ceramic sculpture.


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