How to Make a Jar (cut off lid)

This lid type is for those who simply dislike throwing a lid separately from the form. only problem is you gotta know how to throw an enclosed form first 😉 P.S, you should see this video https://youtu.be/zLcQs3yWP9E before watching this one Po. Box : 293883 Zip : 95829, Sacramento Name: Donte the potter – Music […]

Throwing Small bottle neck egg shape

This one is a simple throwing video, forgive the ending… i was feeling saucy that day 🙂 no Talking. just throwing clay. Po. Box : 293883 Zip : 95829, Sacramento Name: Donte the potter – Music by : Floppy Circus ” you my love no” NCS Casey Neistat vlog music * Want to see some […]

Meet the artist lindsey M. Dillon

This video is the first of a new series on earth nation called ” Meet The Artist” i bet you have seen her in other videos of mine but you haven’t met her yet. well now is your chance. she is a close art friend of mine and one of the best sculptors i have […]

A Great Idea to Help Teachers Keep Clay Out of the Drain | JENI HANSEN GARD

This clip was excerpted from Teaching Clay in the Classroom, Part 1, which is available in the Ceramic Arts Shop. https://ceramicartsnetwork.org/shop/teaching-clay-in-the-classroom-with-jeni-hansen-gard-part-1/

How to Throw a CHUCK on the wheel

In the last episode we learned how to use a Chuck to trim those tiny mouthed pieces that don’t have large enough tops to trim. this episode will show you how to make a chuck by yourself so you can keep one for every type of pot you have. remember, their are many different typed […]

She Makes Beautiful Work and She Teaches Clay | Lindsay Scypta | Episode 540

Podcast: The Potters Cast http://traffic.libsyn.com/thepotterscast/Episode_540_Lindsay_Scypta.mp3 As an artist, potter and designer Lindsay Scypta is deeply interested in textile pattern, Victorian etiquette, architectural tracery, and the history of the table. Lindsay began her ceramics investigation in high school and continued into college, completing a BFA in Art & Design from the New York State College of […]

Beginners guide to throwing a plate on the Wheel

#ceramic #plate #pottery This is a very basic explanation of how to throw a plate 🙂 hope is helps. music by : non copyright sound – wanna send me food and make me fatter? p.o box : 4540 florin road # E 138 Sacramento zip:95823 name: Donte the potter * Want to see some of […]

Beginners guide to taking pottery off the wheel

There are many ways to take your ceramic art off of the wheel. this is the first way I learned and its always served me well, j hope it helps you too 🙂 remember your trying to drag water under the pot itself. Music by : Dreams – Joakim Karud No Copyright Free Music Chill […]

Watch me struggle on the wheel

This is a video of expectation vs reality. I really want you to understand that what you see on the internet isn’t what happened 100% of the time and that were all human. its OK to have a bad day but don’t give up. Music by : No Copyright Music Chill LoFi Hip-Hop Beat FREE […]

Gold Luster Ceramics And Chill 👺

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Beginner’s guide to Throwing with a Bat.

Once you get out of making bowls and cups, you will start to make larger or even super flat things that will be hard to take OFF the wheel head without morphing them. because of this you will probably need a throwing bat. there are many different types of throwing bats but most need bat […]