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Primitive Technology: Pottery Wheel

  • Жарияланды 2022 ж. 30 Қар.

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  • Anton
    Anton  +7

    This man is literally one of the best things that happened to KZclip

  • Kedo
    Kedo  +202

    I think his videos just highlight how important pottery was as an invention. Being able to make waterproof durable and lasting containers really is one of the biggest innovations in human history.

  • CarbonMarvin

    I love how even after like 7+ years he still shows and creates his fires by hand true dedication

  • Awesome Card Breaks

    I can't believe this man has a billion views on his channel and has never spoken a word. This is genuinely some of the best content on the internet. Props....

  • Higher Perspective Art

    The guy that inspired me to find my first piece of raw clay! Now I make majority of my income through pottery. Can't wait to start making this, thank you John

  • Infex
    Infex  +71

    I've seen people try making pottery for the first time, but it wasn't until after I saw you use a pottery wheel that I realized how impressive the ones you made

  • Brandon Schmeidler

    It's so cool seeing all the different pieces from old projects. The two that stood out to me the most were the iron knife and the large spool of rope. Both from different videos. You also inspired me to learn how to make clay out in nature years ago.

  • Liekki
    Liekki  +32

    one of my favourite videos you've done is the one where you grew sweet potatoes, it would be great to see more videos about agriculture :)

  • Cat Swambo

    I love the sounds. All of them. The fire, the breaking sticks, the pottery, the mud, the clink clink, the birds

  • Christopher Anaya

    "Now the table has turned" 💀 John, that was amazing.

  • Rich Unz
    Rich Unz  +29

    I like your channel it always amazes me how well you show humanity’s history and progression through technology. Imagine how happy our ancestors were when they made the first ceramic pot to store and transport water and food just like you’ve shown here. Welcome back it’s been too long 🎉

  • Amber Lewis

    I love seeing the older tools at work (the rope, the iron blade) - it's so interesting to see how you've built on stuff you've already made, it gives such perspective on how much work actually goes into a given object!

  • The Dude
    The Dude  +228

    John Plant is one of the only KZcliprs that I actually get excited for when he uploads. Me and my son love watching your videos together Mr. Plant. Thank you for the educational entertainment. Never stop being a free spirit.

  • Ssgt Griggs

    I love and appreciate that he always makes sure to leave the 'fire by friction' part in and shows it all uninterrupted. We've seen it so many times by now and yet it's still the most hypnotizing and meditative thing to watch.

  • Marius
    Marius  +9

    Think this is my favourite channel on KZclip now. His dedication, passion, not to mention physical hard work that goes into making these videoes. Really inspiring!

  • juni meme

    I can't tell you enough how cozy watching Primitive Technology is, especially during a weekend morning while drinking my coffee. It just gives you that sane, non-sugar filled calm energy that you'd otherwise not get from most other videos. It kind of just aligns you slowly for takeoff for the day. I think I've built this fun association while watching Survivorman cozied up in my bed during winter afternoons back in the day.

  • Gus
    Gus  +5

    You have inspired me try ceramics so I’ve joined a beginners class and it has been so rewarding! Cannot recommend it enough!

  • Lesardah

    Brilliant. The ability to leave the pot to dry on the wheel without removing it while wet is probably a game-changer. I wonder - if we look at old dig sites and discover that ancient humans came up with this same tech, but we didn't know what we were looking at initially. Exploratory archaeology :)

  • Yebote
    Yebote  +339

    Can't we all just appreciate how many hours that flew by in makeing all these "old" tools, rope, knife, bricks and the spinning wheel. Facinating how you progressed! I'm so happy your back!

  • organismo_umano

    Amazing, as always, only one thing: a thicker shaft will allow you to use also a sort of tool (mounted on a little tower) for doing turned pottery