Creating Depth & Drama in Fused Glass Jewelry: Part 1: Encasing Images & Glowing Backgrounds w/ Tanya Veit

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Running Time: 2 Hours / 47 min • Watch by chapter

Skill Level: All

Coldworking Equipment Needed: Stained Glass Grinder 

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In part 1 of this highly anticipated fused glass jewelry video, Tanya will show you how to create "glow" backgrounds without the use of dichroic glass.  This is a fun and easy way to create never-seen-before and original fused glass jewelry.  These are inexpensive to make and so unique as nothing like this has ever been seen before in fused glass jewelry.  You will raise the bar here with your jewelry creations and wow your friends and family, not to mention your customers if you sell your creations.  The glow backgrounds are just the half of it however, Tanya will show you how to encase your small screen print images INSIDE the glass!  You can print these images with a very minimal amount of EZ Fire enamels and our new exclusive product, Simple-Bitty Screens™.  Imagine being able to create these beautifully nature inspired images, in any color you want.  Now, put them on glow backgrounds.  After all of the ins-and-outs are shown, in great detail on how to print your images and create your glow backgrounds in almost any color you choose, you will create a total of four projects in this video!

A Humminbird Pendant

Moonlit Birds

Red Sky Tree Silhouette

Shadow Daisy

This may be Tanya's best jewelry video to date.  and if you think this video is good, wait until you see the second part. Available now.

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Lessons

Creating Depth & Drama Part 1: Encasing Images & Glowing Backgrounds Video Tutorial w/ Tanya Veit02:47:43

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Tools & Safety00:06:47

Preparing the Glass00:04:47

Cutting Print Strips00:04:47

Creating a Runway00:08:59

Mixing the Enamel00:16:49

Printing Slides00:29:52

The Hummingbird Pendant00:15:29

Introduction to Glowing Backgrounds00:06:57

Making Test Tiles00:06:41

Warning! Silver Shelf Firing & Test Tile Results00:04:30

Moonlit Bird Pendant - Glow Background00:12:16

Moonlit Bird Pendant - Printing the Moon00:08:08

Moonlit Bird Pendant - Assembling the Piece00:03:04

Red Sky Pendant: Introduction00:02:17

Red Sky Pendant - Creating the Red00:06:21

Red Sky Pendant - Assembly00:06:05

Shadow Daisy Pendant00:08:52

A Bubble Free Zone00:08:41

Coldworking00:04:12

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