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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. I've been running a lot of searches for information since I've just begun a wheel throwing course. One thing I routinely see, are people discussing the drastic variation in teaching content/quality of instruction found on the internet. Since I'm so new, I have no way of telling if someone is demonstrating good or bad technique, etc. I'm hoping people would be willing to list resources that have quality instruction. Beginner to advanced instruction would be appreciated. I'm just learning to crawl but I recognize others are doing gymnastics and decathlons. I've heard Simon Leach's YouTube channel has quality instruction and I've seen someone recommend Florian Gadsby's instagram https://www.youtube.com/user/sleachpots Here's Simon Leach's page https://www.instagram.com/floriangadsby/ Florian Gadsby's instagram Any references to Youtube channels, books and online courses are appreciated.
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