Chalk purple fusible
For drawing on sandblasted glass
When using Glassline on the top surface of glass use a thin
application. If the fired piece has a rough texture it means the Glassline
was applied too thickly or was under fired.
The rough texture can be used as an interesting design feature.
Thick black lines were applied and allowed to dry. Use frit or thinned
Glassline to fill in the outline, giving the piece the look of stained glass.
Glassline may be thinned with water to achieve a watercolor or
sumi effect. Simply brush the thinned Glassline on the glass using a soft
brush. Once the Glassline has dried you can then come back and highlight
areas by scratching the Glassline off with the end of a brush or other
wooden tool. Highlights using the pen may be also added at this time
giving you multiple line qualities.
Glassline Pens and Chalks may be used on the same piece.
First draw or shade with the chalks on a piece of sandblasted glass,
then come back and add some outlining or other drawing with the
Glassline Pens. This gives you the look of a charcoal drawing and the
clean crisp lines of a pen and ink drawing.
Glassline may be thinned with water and airbrushed onto glass.
This allows for interesting subtle changes in color. Once the airbrushed
piece had dried you can then come back with a pointed piece of wood
and scratch off areas of Glassline. Highlights may then be added to the
piece with the Glassline Pens. This technique works well with an opaque
sheet of colored glass as the background and a transparent sheet of
glass as the top piece