This is one of Tanya’s product videos on her website. It’s several steps but I really love the look.
First I made 4 part sheets. They are so pretty and the glass glo really shows on the black.
Glass glo definitely looks brighter on the black verses the white and clear.
I’ve had glass glo for a while but didn’t really care for the look. But I’m guessing it was because I used it on white and didn’t make sure I was careful with my edges. I sandblasted it off and redid them. I think they look much better now. It’s funny how sometimes when something doesn’t turn out like you expect you give up and then when you retry it, it’s amazing. I love the glass glo, especially on black! It’s glitzy like mica and just amazing.
Anyway, I cut up the part sheets and made two fused glass glass glo plates, one on black and one on clear. I’m not sure which I like the best. I love how vibrant the glass glo remains after firing on to the base.
Here are the two fused glass glass glo plates in the kiln slumping.
They turned out perfectly! I’m not sure which one I like the best. Sadly you can’t see the colors, truly spectacular!
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