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Throwing a clay pot



The link below takes you to a demonstration of how to throw a clay pot on a wheel. Simply click your mouse onto any part of the link. And, don’t forget to enlarge to full screen format (click at bottom right hand side of video box).


It is designed and demonstrated for those with little or no pottery experience by Narelle Baker, a highly successful and motivating Australian Art Teacher.


As with most web videos, I find it best to open and leave to download before watching them. Otherwise, they usually stop and start every few seconds as the downloading proceeds. This may take a minute or two.


If you have or know of other good You Tube art process-related videos, please let me know in the response space at the bottom of this page and I will try to include them.


Don’t forget to click on the’Fullscreen’ button at the bottom right corner of the box to enlarge the picture.













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7 Responses to “Throwing a clay pot on a wheel.”

  1. max says:

    Glad you like it..there are some other ceramic-based files on this website that you might also find interesting to check out.
    Cheers
    Max

  2. Absolutely fantastic message u have posted!

  3. Great blog and good for students. Easy to understand

  4. liam says:

    This is a really easy site to look at and I learned a lot. I will come back for another visit. I like clay and how to work with it. It’s much better to be shown than told. I just use coils. What about coils? Thanks

  5. jim says:

    Awesome great blog. Jimbo

  6. max says:

    I’m happy you liked it Jess. I think it’s excellent. I’m hoping to have many such demonstration videos on this site. What else would you like to see? Having your own blog site isn’t that difficult. Go for it. Cheers Max

  7. jess says:

    Wow, so good even I can follow it. I love this blog site and will come back for more. I wish I had my own blog site. Maybe I will one day. Thanks and keep doing what you do. happy blogging. Jess.




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