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Andrew Gilliatt makes the prototypes for his fun, imaginative forms using MDF (a wood particle board) and a lathe. Then he slip casts them using various colored slips.

 

But in today’s post, an excerpt from his new DVD Layers of Color, he explains that you don’t have to have a wood lathe for this process. You can come up with your own great shapes using clay. I am super psyched to play around with some new forms of my own. Hope you will be too! – Jennifer Harnetty, editor.


 

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This clip was excerpted from Layers of Color: Exploring Form and Surface Pattern in Slip-Cast Pottery, which is available in the Ceramic Arts Daily Bookstore!

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To learn more about Andrew Gilliatt or to see more images of his work, please visit www.andrewgilliatt.com.

 

For great mold making techniques, be sure to download your free copy of Ceramic Mold Making Techniques: Tips for Making Plaster Molds and Slip Casting Clay, Volume II.

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