Join Steven Hill on a journey of discovery as he demonstrates his techniques for applying slip, pouring glazes and layering sprayed glazes to achieve his wonderful organic glaze surfaces. Steven shares all in this in-depth video including glaze recipes, equipment lists and insightful discussions on form, surface and inspiration. A long time reduction potter, Steven explains how to use his layering and spraying techniques to achieve the incredible rich look normally associated with gas or wood firing, in an electric kiln. Be sure to download the useful PDF's embedded on the video and don't forget to watch the bonus section on spraying equipment.
DVD 98 Minutes
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Follow Big Pot Potter Scott Semple as he creates a 6ft plus pot in one day in front of the Santa Barbara Museum of Art. In the process Scott shares his techniques for wedging, throwing, and joining cylinders that he has spent a lifetime developing. Chances are you will never throw a 6 ft. pot but the knowledge you gain from Scott's vast experience will certainly help you face the challenges of throwing larger pots. Scott's easy going personality and humor make watching this video a joy. A great source of inspiration for young potter's to follow their dreams and established potter's to challenge themselves. Don't forget to watch the hilarious bonus blooper segment at the end of the video.
Throughout this informative DVD series, Clay Times columnist Bill van Gilder presents a common sense approach to teaching and learning the techniques of making hand-built and wheel-thrown pottery. Each lesson program - 2 per DVD - is designed and presented for all skill levels in an easy-to-follow, step-by-step format….ideal for classroom teachers, students, and studio potters alike.
Getting Started: Bowl, Cup, Plate (25 min)
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Making Lidded Forms, Part 1 (49 min)
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“This series of DVD’s is clear, concise and complete. There’s no wasted space. Bill’s skill set and teaching ability are unparalleled, and these videos will become an invaluable learning resource – whether for your home studio, craft center, or classroom.”
Joe Campbell, Professor of Art
Frederick Community College
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