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How to Add Interest to a Handbuilt Tumbler by Paddling the Foot and Adding a Foot Ring

Posted By Sandi Pierantozzi On February 25, 2013 @ 8:56 am In Daily,Features,Handbuilding Techniques,Video | 5 Comments

Sandi Pierantozzi paddles the bottom of a handbuilt tumbler

Sandi Pierantozzi paddles the bottom of a handbuilt tumbler

Happy Monday folks! In case you missed it over the weekend, we’re having a sale on one of our best selling DVDs – Sandi Pierantozzi’s What if? Explorations with Texture and Soft Slabs. So today, I’m sharing a great clip from the DVD. 

 

In this clip, Sandi takes a basic cylindrical tumbler made with soft slabs, and adds a bit of elegance by paddling the bottom and adding a foot ring. I loved the way this foot turned a plain old cylinder shape into something a little more fancy. The clip is also full of little tidbits that can be applied to a lot of studio practices. – Jennifer Harnetty, editor.

 


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Sandi Pierantozzi is a master at using textured clay for her soft slab constructions. You can now see her detailed step-by-step demonstrations on her new 2-disc DVD
What If? Explorations with Texture and Soft Slabs.

Learn more about it here!


 

To learn more about Sandi Pierantozzi or see more images of her work, please visit http://sandiandneil.com/

 

For fabulous forming techniques, be sure to download your free copy of Five Great Handbuilding Techniques: Variations on Classic Techniques for Making Contemporary Handbuilt Pottery.

 

 


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