Kintsugi is a beautiful Japanese art of repairing broken ceramic pieces. We all realize that the ceramics are sensitive, and sometimes while using, we end up damaging, breaking or giving them annoying scratches. Well, you no longer have to throw your favourite pottery pieces just because they may not serve you purpose anymore. Instead, highlight and heal their broken area using the Kintsugi technique and give your ceramic and pottery a delicate look.
Many online resources are available to learn this Japanese practice, including YouTube Tutorials. Many professionals have been making YouTube tutorials with a step-by-step process to help you understand and grab the concept concisely. They will break or repair ceramic or pottery pieces on camera so that you won’t get confused and get the idea properly.
The very Famous Robert running a YouTube page named Kin examined the Kintusugi practice on his YouTube video. He grabs some of the broken ceramic pieces, prepares the paste on-camera, and then applies it using the tools to show how the process can be done in a few minutes.
It is a five-minute-long video in which Robert highlights the philosophy and history of Japanese Art. So, suppose you follow this Kintsugi tutorial using the right products. In that case, you will never fail to make eye-popping decorations for your home.