The mesh holds a bit of glaze and when you release after dipping, it runs to the spots that were dry and seals the surface. No more dipping tongs that leave bite marks.
Throwing amazing lids (several types-Upside down even) off the hump.
Put plaster in a plastic container for a contained drying bat for reclaiming clay. Or add water to the dried plaster + lid to keep "in-process" pieces damp.
Simon Leach Pottery- excellent bowl demo using a gauge to make consistent forms in multiples.
Ceramic Arts Daily – Pottery Video of the Week: A Super Easy Way to Get the Pulled Handle Look Without Pulling the Handle
Here's a quick idea on how to throw and alter a very popular square lasagna dish. It's just a little different from your regular pot and one which people wil.
This is pretty incredible. OP: Making a handle with a chopstick/knitting needle.Looks perfectly pulled! Changed my pottery life for the better!this is so simple!
Interesting technique to make a lid - flatten a disk on a wheel to the required diameter, then push a hole in the center to lift and pull up from. CERAMICS III and AP
Throwing a Wine Goblet (video)
How to "Unbreak" Broken Ceramics using kintsugi gold leafing