Kiln Size Needed: 12" x 12" x 9" or larger
Hot Rods is the 5th video project between AAE Glass and Nathan Sandberg. In this educational lesson, Nathan will lead students through three projects that make use of glass rods from Bullseye as the primary design element. Along the way, he will dive deeper than ever before into dropouts and provide a very thorough explanation and demonstration of the process. Students will be guided through the fabrication of two slumped forms as well as a dropout vessel….or eight, entirely made of rods. From raw materials, to mold construction, to volume calculation and finishing, much of the information provided in this lesson can be applied to many other kiln-glass projects by simply scaling up, changing shapes and/or glasses. Once you have the tools you are only limited by your imagination! All handouts and firing schedules included.
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Hot Rods: Slumping & Dropouts • Full Version01:58:16
This video can be watched in your library by full version or chapter selection. Handouts and firing schedules can be downloaded and found in your library next to the "watch now" button.
Kilnforming with Bullseye Rods00:02:53
Working with Vermiculite Board00:24:43
Forming the Blanks for Slumping00:18:53
Forming the Dropout Blanks00:06:14
Introduction to Slumping00:06:58
Size of Mold00:01:27
Kilns & Elements00:04:20
Viva la Dropout!00:38:21
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More great inspiration review by Cindy on 9/8/2019
This was another very inspiring video from Nathan. I really appreciated his in-depth discussion of the different results with firing of dropouts, I look forward to applying these techniques in my own work.