Please enjoy this relaxing video showing the whole process of making a handmade ceramic Samurai mug with a katana sword handle. https://youtu.be/VwZ6hzQq8kQ -Please make sure to subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/hardshellslimysnail -Also, check out my website to see what goodies I have for sell: https://hard-shell-slimy-snail-productions.square.site -If you happen to have $2 to spare please stop by my Patreon … Continue reading Samurai Mug Video
I have been using my potters wheel consistently for over a year now, I have worked my way up to throwing 10 pounds. It started out very exciting, but due to a rookie move it has ended in disaster! Check out my epic fail as I learn more about ceramics and using a kiln. https://youtu.be/hsLC1OVGwc8
The first YouTube Subscriber to guess the song name and artist and write it in the comments will win the handmade ceramic planter that I made in this video. Watch the video in awkward silence as I have fun making a pot and singing my little heart out! If no one guesses the song in … Continue reading Read my lips Challenge – Ceramic Giveaway
Athena Mariah LaRue will give a recap of relearning ceramics while Sheltering In Place durning the Coronavirus Pandemic. https://youtu.be/M7iK0gh7ziI *Be sure to send me your Beer Labels to: Hard Shell Slimy SnailPO Box 576053Modesto, CA 95355USA *If you would like to check out the Ceramics Monthly Magazine I'm featured in Dec. 2020 - Feb. 2021 … Continue reading New Video: 10 Month Quarantine – Episode 2 – Filling Time with Clay!
To celebrate his 700th episode Paul Blais has invited his fans to submit audio recordings talking about their "Small Victories". I have been a big fan of his show and listen to it while I work with clay every week. It was a real privilege to be a part of his special show. Be sure … Continue reading I’m featured in The Potters Cast Podcast!
In my journey of learning about ceramics, I am determined to over come "crazing" glazes. I unbox a new Pyrometer and Thermocouple, and try using this to determine the cooling temperature of my old Cress manual electric kiln. https://youtu.be/-O7lJ3iHiOA
In this video I show my whole process for a bisque fire using my old Cress Electric Kiln FE-25-A. I attempt to do a Hold/Soak for the first time. I am still learning how to measure and control the temperature. I am still battling "crazing" glazes. Any tips and suggestions please feel free to leave … Continue reading 8th Kiln Load: Failures & Successes- Step By Step Bisque Process