Check out our online store at: onetreehillpottery.com Judy uses an hydraulic extruder as a basis for her non-functional teapot forms.
Video Rating: 4 / 5
I recently watched a video where a pottery created a “twisted” body like by altering a thrown form. This was much easier and WAY faster. :p beautiful work!
My second look at your video.Just fab thank you. Very creative and a cost effective method of production. I enjoyed the music too.
Fun, simplistic, modern. Well done. Thanks for sharing. What people do not understand is that there must be an economy in the production of ceramic art because it is the most undervalued art form there is. To make something with such a strong presence and do it efficiently by hand requires remarkable talent and discipline.
I am sure you have been asked this before, but as a newcomer to your Youtube site, I have to ask, your glazes see very brushable. Have you added an extender?
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Ugly, cold and massed produced. Not impressed at all.
Fabulous! Thanks for sharing!
Your pots are AMAZING!!! thanks for sharing your art!
Cheater, try throwing all those parts by hand, then lets see how they turn out.
We make about 20 teapots in a week
how long dose the creation process take?
this lady RULES!
@ibanitza Thank you
That is so, cool thank you for showing to me!!!
wonderfull. very betifull
Great video. Your work is very well executed. Well done!!!!
i would fuck the shit out of her!! she has a big ass!!! nice.
What a magnificent job!
Moreover, your face is so nice!
Clay is white “porcelainious-stoneware” 200mesh Walkers PB103 fired to orton cone 10
beutiful pieces what clay do you use ?
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