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  1. I am particularly interested in hand building and sculpture. If you have any good resources for reading or watching to learn more about ceramics and techniques I'd love all of them.
  2. Videos seem to be a popular way to learn especially when you are all alone in the studio. Ceramic Arts Daily (upper left link in header) provides daily video clips that are searchable Example: nancy stated frustration with throwing plates. There are 7 searchable topics with subtopics. Clay making technique...bottom subject is wheel throwing and then search for plates. http://ceramicartsdaily.org/category/pottery-making-techniques/wheel-throwing-techniques/ I love this. There is always so much to learn. I learned image transfer photo litho techniques a moved on to drawing with a litho crayon for image transfers. Unlimited potential!!! Have fun looking for tips, help etc. Marcia
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