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Chris Campbell

Throwing thin with S Ice Porcelain/ Trimming

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oldlady    1,323

thank you! throwing with a sponge is always easier when working with porcelain. keeps the messiness out of throwing.

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Benzine    610

Whew, that was a tall cone, at the start!

 

That was indeed thin, for it's size. Pretty sure I could 't do that, without flopping it.

 

And why did it look, like there was a bat, on top a bat? What is this, Batception?

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Kohaku    22

Nice. She had a pretty significant wobble early in the process, but was able to work through it quite gracefully. I'd have probably given up on that one as a bad job.

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Chris Campbell    1,087

Yes, resisting the urge to attack wobbles is definitely on the learning curve of throwing. Slow and steady ... note as well the same wheel speed throughout.

I liked the way she opened up the clay with the heel of her hand ... Gonna do that next time.

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