Traditional and innovative techniques for kiln-fired painting on glass, for example, questions concerning firing schedules, how to mix paint, tools & equipment, media, techniques for applying paint, and so forth. I can do other areas but I think you are covered.
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Factors to consider are weather and also health & safety. Since you're in the US and this is for a public place, I suspect you must eliminate lead from all substances. You could consider fusing, and/or
Hello George, I am sorry but I haven't used "Glassline". All I can say is that, for painted stained glass, it is rare for the top temperature to go higher than 1250 F. (Yes, some enamels go a little higher
Hello Laura, You ask about using an old shower door. It's important that you establish whether or not this particular shower door is strong enough and fit-for-purpose. And also please consider this:
Hello Sandy, I can tell you something that may be useful, but (1) we ourselves paint on glass rather than do copper-foil, and (2) cutting techniques here in the United Kingdom are not the same as in the
Hello Larry, Thanks for your question. We all need to be clear that there isn't a "formula" as such. It's not that scientific. The basic idea is that you mix Reusche glass paint with your chosen medium
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