Antoinette introduces herself as porcelain teacher and gives a little insight to her background in the pottery world. She invites artist and collectors to read her blog.
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Preview of the porcelain e-course presented by Antoinette. See the translucency of the pots. Antoinette discuss the reasons why you need to register for this porcelain course.
Click here to see the contents of the Understanding Porcelain e-course.
This video shows extracts from Antoinette's porcelain e-course. It touches on why pinching is so important in porcelain. The extract shows a glimpse of how to throw a pot on the wheel and how to alter it, how to trim a pot. It shows different tools and how to use them.
This video will give you an idea of what you can expect in Antoinette's online teaching of porcelain.
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is the next e-course from Antoinette's studio in Saltillo, Mississippi. This promotional video gives you an idea of what you may get in the pottery online class. Hand building with porcelain challenges your skills and you may enjoy it to see how many interesting items you can do with hand building.
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Throwing porcelain dinner sets include the design considerations, throwing and trimming on the wheel, altering processes as well as glazing mixing and firing considerations. Students learn how to make different mug shapes, goblets, tumblers. Antoinette teaches how to make pie dishes, different bowls like cereal and salad bowls, plates, platters and lidded casseroles. She explains how to prevent cracks and hand out many tips and techniques.
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Learn how to make teapots in a series of e-courses by Antoinette Badenhorst. Beginner to advanced potters can learn how to throw all the elements of a teapot on the wheel but can also learn the handbuilding skills if they do not enjoy wheel throwing. Clay like porcelain, stoneware and earthenware come alive in these video classes. Students learn how to make handles with style, spouts that pour without spilling, lids that fit and teapot bodies that may be collected by teapot collectors.
Contents: Pinching Teapots
Antoinette teaches students about microwave safety, how to design for dish washer safety, how to make mugs, goblets, what to consider when making handles and knobs, decanters without using a potter's wheel. Learn how to alter porcelain bowls, plates and pitchers and shows how to make the spout without spilling. Students learn how to hand make trays with salt and pepper shakers.
Contents : Handbuilding Porcelain Dinnerware
Antoinette teaches potters in her online teapot workshop how to throw different clay teapots on the potters wheel. Pottery students learn teapot design aspects, learn about the history and discover which elements define teapots. The e-course videos demonstrate how to form handles, how to throw lids and highlights why teapot collectors focus on spouts.
Content of Wheel Thrown Teapots
Potters learn in this online workshop all about coiling, slabs, mold making and use the character and history of porcelain to push their own limits. The art students learn which tools are best for trimming clay, learn about design and extruding and learn how to control the drying stages of porcelain to get to translucency.
Contents: Porcelain Hand building