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Title:You Learn the Most Through Failure

This week I'm tackling a large bowl. Two kilograms of high iron stoneware, thrown and trimmed, problems are encountered and fixed and pictorial examples are shown of what I hope this piece achieves once coated in glaze and reduction fired to 1290ยบC. ๐Ÿš HOW TO SPIRAL WEDGE CLAY: ๐Ÿบ โ€ข If you want to learn how to throw a pot, you might like my 'A Beginner's Guide' series: โš™๏ธ โ€ข Spinner tool, made by Richard Carter, (you need to DM him on Instagram to purchase one): ๐Ÿ“– โ€ข PRE-ORDER MY BOOK: (Available NOW in the UK, 14 November in the USA). ๐Ÿ“ข โ€ข Find out much more about my work here: โฑ โ€ข Timecodes: 0:09 - Weighing out and wedging the clay, 2 kg 0:50 - My first failed attempt at the bowl... 1:20 - Attempt number two 5:49 - Flipping the bowl onto it's rim 6:03 - Correcting an undulation in the rim 7:45 - Adding a detail to the rim 8:54 - Turning the base of the pot 11:47 - Trimming the foot-ring 12:52 - My second error (followed by fixing it) 14:55 - The finished bowl, for now. *It's worth noting! That you won't get the same results as I do if you're firing in oxidation. The reduction firing really helps with this process. *I throw using both a Rohde HMT 500 & 600 potter's wheel and fire using Rohde kilns too, the electric is a TE-200 and the gas kiln is a KG-340. ____ Instagram โ€“ TikTok โ€“ Website โ€“


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