This is the first video in a series I am developing on glaze application and glazing techniques. In this first video, Fundamentals of Glazing: The Basics I show various techniques like pouring, dipping, and brushing on glazes.
This video walks you through the basics of glaze application beginning with insuring a consistent bisque, getting your bisque ware ready for glazing, having a well-mixed glaze, the correct glaze thickness (specific gravity) and then the thickness of the glaze on the actual pot. I then walk you through a variety of application techniques – pouring, dipping and brushing on various forms, tumblers, bowls, vases and plates.
I also share my systematic approach to glaze application and record-keeping which enables you to concisely produce the glaze affects you want.
If you are a beginner or intermediate potter who struggles with glaze application …this is the video for you.
This video is not on a DVD but rather on a jump drive that is 14 GB so you get full HD quality on a credit card jump drive.
Opening Instructions: Remove credit card jump drive from the plastic. With the title side facing up, press on the hole at the edge. The flap will flip up. Gently insert into your computer’s USB port.
Running time: 1 hours and 34 minutes of Full HD quality 14 GB
The introductory price is $25.00 for this $49.95 value.
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John Britt has been a potter and educator for more than 31 years. He has worked and taught at universities, colleges and craft centers throughout the United States. John is the author of The Complete Guide to High-Fire Glaze; Glazing & Firing at Cone 10, and The Complete Guide to Mid-Range Glazes; Glazing and Firing at Cones 4 -7, both by Lark Books. He has a self-published eBook, The Search for the Illusive Leaf Bowl, and other articles available for purchase on his website. John teaches glaze chemistry, throwing, glazing and firing workshops nationally and internationally. He works out of his Bakersville, North Carolina, studio. To learn more about John, visit his website: www.johnbrittpottery.com.