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From the Publisher
"This book really is a college course in ceramic design boiled down to its essentials. Studio potters and clay artists who have experienced the process of designing through trial and error, and are looking for alternatives will find helpful tips in this guide book."
"After developing a design and making a maquette, you'll firm up the details with a technical drawing, using rulers, protractors, compasses and French curves. Here the book is quite helpful, explaining how to use all of these things, and what a conventional technical drawing calls for."
"If you'd like to come up with something new and different for your work, or just change your process a little, this book can help you. And if you think you might actually want to try designing for industry, this is definitely the place to start."
— Sumi von Dassow Pottery Making Illustrated, November/December 2008