Chinese history - A great tutorial for scratch your own Ming vases. scratch away the paint to reveal blue underneath. You could also do black and clay colors for Greek pottery or do different cultures such as Asia, Ancient Greece, etc.
Make Your Own Air-Dry Clay- Video- Medium materials
I’ve tried an effective technique to imitate the Ming Vases, the typical Chinese vases in white porcelain with blue decorations. We begin copying the characteristic shapes of the Chinese vases from…
The Ming Vases. Materials: various shades of blue oil pastel, white acrylic paint or white gesso primer, tooth pick, examples of Ming porcelain.
O's Art Room: Grade Ming Vases with Cherry Blossoms. Or, print blossoms with the bottoms of plastic soda/water bottles
smART Class: Floating on to ___ grade! End of the year project!--like how they made "popping" bubbles
For all you mortals who have trouble remembering all the different pottery designs Art History: Greek Pottery and Ancient Greek Styles of Ceramic Art