In a demonstration of rich reactive potential, this lesson combines a streaky sheet glass style called Petrified Wood with Robin’s Egg Blue, a copper-bearing opalescent.
In this lesson, we'll make a plate that illustrates one way to harness the unique qualities of rolled edges. We'll also cover some possible variations.
Bullseye's Alchemy Clear sheet glass styles change the appearance of silver foil when fired in direct contact with the glass. One style changes the silver to gold, the other changes it to bronze.
In this project-based lesson, we'll work with a streaky sheet glass style called Petrified Wood, which contains a unique combination of reactive glasses that develop with heatwork
What should you expect when the part sheet is thicker than 3mm or if the surface is bumpy and irregular? Learn how to navigate these design choices in this lesson.
This introductory lesson will focus on working with three specific materials: copper leaf, silver foil, and gold foil.
With certain glasses, chemistries will interact to create effects and different colors than what one might anticipate. Learn about the types of possible reactions, which can prove quite useful in art and design.
By following these step-by-step instructions you will learn how special colors and effects can be achieved when glass chemistries interact.