If You Want to Learn the Real Skills which Studios Use But Don’t Have Time to Share With You, Here’s Your Chance

Kiln-fired stained glass painting – learn new techniques, save time, save money, and enjoy it more

What do you want to learn?

1. The key techniques

Tracing, and highlighting, and how to mix your paint: for traditional stained glass painting techniques, see Part 1.

“Your guides are a great help for us in our studio” (Ab Evenhuis, Veldhoven, Netherlands)

This is the best place if you want to get really good at  tracing, shading and highlighting.

2. Glass painting with oil

Stained glass painting with oil: it’s great to work with oil because oil is a lovely way to shade.

“You’ve given me a gift I cannot repay: I have wanted so much to get good instruction, and now at last I have” (Kara Unland, California, US)

See here for glass painting with oil and also how to paint a stained glass face.

3. How silver stain can dramatically improve the value and beauty of your work

Silver stain: these techniques will save you so much time and money …

Most people mix with water or vinegar, which is crazy because it costs you time and money and also wrecks your brushes.

Go here for this invaluable information about using silver stain with oil.

“Your material is so much easier to understand than other books I have seen” (Sonya Conlin, Kent, England)

We’ve saved the studio so much money since abandoning water and taking up with stain and oil. You can do the same.

Everything comes with a risk-free guarantee.

“Thank you for your very impressive and helpful material” (Claire O’Halloran, West Kerry, Ireland)

All the best,

Stephen Byrne


If you want to know more about stained glass painting, you must read

Glass Painting Techniques & Secrets from an English Stained Glass Studio

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