Here we are! For those interested parties, here are a few videos of my experiences with 3D Printing Porcelain… There are a few things to do first though!…
Choosing the file to Print
Connecting the air pressure to the tube of Clay
Checking that the output of clay is flowing at correct speed
Example of how it might Collapse!
It is then time to return back to the traditional ways of attaching the handle to the cup body…
Ready for firing!
If this post has inspired you to try it yourself, here are few more links that you might find helpful; http://www.keep-art.co.uk/journal_1.html Scroll down to see Jonathan Keep’s workshop at Guldagergaard, and then you can also click on Blender tutorials, (one choice of 3d modelling software you can use).
Blender software download link;http://www.blender.org/download/get-blender/
For more information on Jonathan Keep; http://www.keep-art.co.uk/
It has been just over a week now since the opening of the exhibition at Guldagergaard, and a week since I set both feet firmly back on Welsh soil! For those of you who were unable to attend the opening with us, here are a few highlights of the day!
Emily Aves (England) expressing her passion for her work!
Eunju Kang (South Korea/ Norway) presenting her work to the audience.
Little Old Me, giving a speech to approx. 100 people!
This is a link to see more images of the works exhibited:
As I mentioned to a few new faces at the exhibition, for those who have interest in the making process, I hope to upload some videos of the processes and techniques I used to create my work at Guldagergaard. I hope to have these ready in the next few days- Stay tuned!
NOOOOO!…. Not the countdown to glorious Christmas day, but precisely a month from today, I will be at Guldagergaard- DENMARK!
There I will be involved in Project network, a 6 week symposium for around 10 Artists and Designers from all over the World, who work with the magic of ceramics!
An exciting opportunity to get creative again, as well as a chance to develop NEW WORK!!.. Something I cannot wait to keep you updated with! Having already delved into my own culture as inspiration for my recent work, I now look forward to discovering Danish culture, as well as the endless possibilities that might arise from this meeting of various cultures coming together to work with something we all have in common. Clay.