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Does Jess address this issue in any particular wheel throwing video?
Hi Glynn, not exactly sure what you mean. Throwing off the hump?
Hi lynn, No, not throwing off the hump. Im referring to the bump that can appear on the inside curve of the bowl.-. Do you rely on a rib to reshape. I see many potters now with a round wooden shaped tool to reestablish the curve, or some long gentle curved softish ribs, but I guess I’m wondering if any of Jesse’s videos address this issue. What causes it in the first place?