When you’ve limited time, it’s natural some people want to rush in and get started with their painting.
This never works.
Anyway, done correctly, it takes less than 10 minutes to get your glass paint into perfect form.
Let me show you what I mean. It’s all here in a quick video.
Restoring dried paint – what you must do
So here’s a demonstration of what I do each morning.
I filmed this one Monday, using paint I’d last used the previous Friday.
Also I’m explaining things.
That’s why this film is actually longer than you can do it in when you know how.
I make an appearance at the start and end.
Apart from that, it’s just my voice and hands.
I was actually talking to a student who flew in to study with us for a week last Fall.
Anyway, just watch my hands and listen to the tips I list.
Two last things
One. If you teach glass painting, this film is also great for students because they can watch it in-between class to prepare for the next time they’re with you.
Two. I know how you can’t wait to get started but do give the film the time it needs to load.
How to restore and test your paint, and also get your brushes just right for work
(The music is from incomptech.)
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P.S. If you learn well by watching, then go ‘behind the scenes’ on three real-life glass painting projects: click here and find out more.