Published Dec 30, 2016
My new year's resolution is to make more molds. Molds are a simple way to create simple or complex forms and then reproduce them with little effort. When you do this, the individual forms lose their preciousness, which allows you the freedom to creatively experiment.
With the little studio time that I get, I definitely fall into the habit of letting pots become too precious and sticking to what's "safe." If you do too, today's video may be just what you need. In this excerpt from Guy Michael Davis's Fundamentals of Mold Making and Slip Casting, Mike demonstrates his simple and easy method for making cottle boards. – Jennifer Poellot Harnetty, editor
This video was excerpted from Fundamentals of Mold Making and Slip Casting, with Guy Michael Davis, which is available in the Ceramic Arts Network Shop.
To learn more about Guy Michael Davis, and see what he's up to in the studio, please visit his blog: http://guymichaeldavis.blogspot.com/.