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Flashes of insight and inspiration

This free newsletter is the only way you get the flashes of insight and inspiration which you just won’t find in a standard book or magazine article. For example, why and how you should shape your tracing brush like a rolled-up umbrella.

See “Helpful Idea No. 2” in the series.

And also: How to prepare yourself for glass painting when it’s been a while since you’ve done any.

See “Helpful Idea No. 8” in the series.

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See “Helpful Idea No. 13” in the series where you watch demonstration of oversoldering.

Also “Helpful Idea No. 14” where you see how to apply gold leaf to lead.

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