7 Big Mistakes You Must Not Make
Kiln-fired stained glass painting techniques I was not taught and did not learn from books …
Most glass painters are amazed when I tell them we do all our painting in a single firing.
Yes, we trace and shade and highlight, front and back, in several layers.
And also paint with oil.
And shade and highlight some more.
Then fire the glass just once.
The fired glass looks gorgeous. Also, it takes less time to paint and costs you less.
Things could have worked out very differently for me – if I’d done what my first teacher said or followed the advice I read in books …
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