Advanced Pottery Techniques : The Pulling Technique in Pottery

Get your potter’s wheel ready! Learn how to do the pulling technique with expert tips and advice on pottery in this free video. Expert: David D. Gibson Contact: Bio: David D. Gibson has a BFA in Ceramics from the University of the Arts in Philadelphia, and has done post-graduate study in Ceramics at the University of Colorado in Boulder. Filmmaker: Paul Muller

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25 Replies to “Advanced Pottery Techniques : The Pulling Technique in Pottery”

  1. i have a couple throwing video’s too and i was wondering if you could give me any pointers? thanks 🙂

  2. why dont the so called experts ever number there videos ??
    real easy to do and it would make viewing all that you made less frustrating ?
    sometimes EXPERTS forget the basics.
    is not just you , its all expertvillage wan k

  3. OK! Throwing Competition! One peace of clay 25 pounds or less, who can throw the, tallest, widest, biggest, cleanest, nicest, best shaped vase! Winner is immortalized on U-Tube forever. Every one can judge six months from now. 8/12/09. So on 2/12/09 we will tally the votes. Label the video Throwing Competition and your name. I will favorite your entry so all can see. Also when you have an entry subscribe to my Channel and I will add your video.

  4. hes using the sponge to get a nice texture on the outside and do apply water to the outside of the pot so it doesnt grab and ruin the pot.

  5. I live in Spokane as well and I know U-Hi has a pottery class that is split into Intro and Advanced, advanced students use the wheel. Hope this helped.

  6. oh cool. what school do you go to? because at my schol there is no elective for pottery. lol.

  7. I’m the same age as you, and I take it as my art class at school, many schools have it as an elective, you can look into that.

  8. hey pottery looks so fun and so cool. i am only 15. and does anyone know a good place to take pottery class here in spokane washington for my age? please someone help me. thank you! ^_^

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