The story so far …
Here we go with “The Beastly Lion of Wolsey Towers” – episode #3:
Watch the bridge: see how often you must move it to be sure your brush is in the right place at the right time. That’s the point: your bridge is always on the move so that it gives your tracing hand the precise support it needs.
Also see how the paint (although – certainly – a liquid) is yet dry enough for the glass painter to control it perfectly. This is important. Novices always make their paint too runny. Then they lose control. Their lines go wobbly and the coverage is uneven. What they need is drier paint. Then they will succeed.
Tracing is difficult: the paint is always drying out, and it’s hard to make the lines as elegant and lovely as they should be. These things are difficult.
But tracing is far less difficult when you use the recipes and techniques revealed here.
If you’re having difficulties with your tracing, you have a money-back guarantee this guide will help you.