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Questions and Ideas from a wannabe Oc Maker; Looking for help from more experienced makers
Topic Started: 2 Dec 2017, 04:25 AM (464 Views)
pandorado100
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Chris' videos on ocarina making are really good. It will take you through the basics. If you want more specific information on details like voicing size etc. you could try asking Ross Dubois. He sometimes drops by here on TON but he can more easily be found on Facebook or you can post a question to him on his Etsy store page. He is the owner of Oberon Ocarinas.

https://www.etsy.com/shop/OberonOcarinas?ref=l2-shopheader-name

https://www.facebook.com/OberonOcarinas/?ref=br_rs


Edited by pandorado100, 3 Dec 2017, 01:34 AM.
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3 Dec 2017, 02:00 AM
pandorado100
3 Dec 2017, 01:30 AM
Chris' videos on ocarina making are really good. It will take you through the basics. If you want more specific information on details like voicing size etc. you could try asking Ross Dubois. He sometimes drops by here on TON but he can more easily be found on Facebook or you can post a question to him on his Etsy store page. He is the owner of Oberon Ocarinas.

https://www.etsy.com/shop/OberonOcarinas?ref=l2-shopheader-name

https://www.facebook.com/OberonOcarinas/?ref=br_rs


Thank you Pandorado100! I'll try to bring myself to messaging Mr. Dubois. I'll have to think about how to approach him. But none the less thank you. If you've got tips of your own I would like to hear them too.
I recommended Ross because he is very knowledgeable and explains details very clearly. He also doesn't mind sharing his knowledge. Another friendly maker is Giorgio Cataldi who goes by the handle Tytoalba here on TON. However, Giorgio mostly speaks Italian so you would have to communicate with him using Google Translate which sometimes leads to confusion since it is not the best at converting Italian into English and vice versa.

If you need information about ceramics and glazing techniques I have a couple of friends who can help you with that too. I cannot give you any useful advice myself since I have never made ocarinas and have no desire to start. My arthritis would make handling clay very difficult. :D
Edited by pandorado100, 3 Dec 2017, 07:49 PM.
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