Kiln Size Needed: 10" x 10"
Equipment/Machinery Needed: None
After completion of this 3 part Master Class, graduate to the type of stunning work that Paul is known for! Paul will give you the skills to create your own thick enamel panels of beauty and depth without needing the skills of drawing or painting...ANYONE can create panels like these without being a fine art artist. You just need someone to show you how.... *NOTE: The Glass Muller is Optional and not needed for the video. This is for mixing large batches of enamel.
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Paul Messink Master Class: Enamel Multi-Layered Panels - Part 2: Thick Panel Basics - Full Version01:56:18
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.
1. Where it all began00:05:40
2. Organizing a Thick Panel00:10:41
3. Project Demo: Matisse Panel00:15:19
4. Eliminating Bubbles: A Lecture00:12:52
5. Eliminating Bubbles: A Demo00:13:58
6. Preparing for Firing00:15:32
7. Firing Schedules00:11:16
8. Dissecting the Layers00:10:42
9. Project Demo: Mountain Landscape00:17:54
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Wonderful! review by Mary on 1/8/2019
This was my first online video purchase. Completely satisfied. Video was great, very informative and easy to understand. Look forward to trying out this new technique.
Paul doesn't disappoint! review by terri johansson on 10/22/2018
I've been a long time fan and am so happy I bought his video series! Very well done!
Excellent review by Kim on 10/8/2018
Excellent for both work with Paul’s style of landscape panels and HUGELY helpful for working with thick panels of glass in general.
Best Masterclass!!! review by Kathy on 10/8/2018
I have been wanting to work with enamels for a long time. This masterclass has given me everything I need to take my fusing to a higher quality. Well worth the price for all three Videos.
Awesome review by Barbara on 9/29/2018
Love Paul’s technique I have tried his technique and just love it
A great follow up to Part 1 review by Shannon Mabry on 9/29/2018
He's very skilled with enamels which helps augment an industry stronger in use of frit for imagery. He's conquered the battles of bubbles and shares that technique with firing schedules. Well worth the investment and time.
As always, the production values of these on-line classes are very high.
Worth It! review by Kristin Quarton on 9/29/2018
I patiently waited for the second video to be released. I was not disappointed! Paul continues in part two to show you his techniques.
I am so happy that it was broken into three videos as there is a lot to this and well worth it when you see the end results.
Wow! Learned soooooooo much new techniques review by Linda Banks on 9/27/2018
Been doing glass for over 30 years and learned some techniques, so simple but so important to eliminate bubbles in layers. So simple but oh so important. And "Less is more!!"
Great priceGrea! review by terri on 9/26/2018
Highly recommend Paul's classes in this series!
This video was so useful to me in my art practise review by Elisabeth Miller on 9/26/2018
A smooth transition from Part 1 to Part 2 with just the right amount of referring back to Part 1. The split seemed natural and I learned so much about the paint and the technique that I have used in other projects.
Excellent review by Albert on 9/26/2018
After purchasing the first video, it was a given that I would want more information and purchase the next. This video took the information a bit further and gave the details of working with thick layers of glass. Again, all the information you needed to be successful was given to you and presented in a manner that you could understand. I had a question about spectrum glass power and the ability to find it, so I emailed Paul directly. The spectrum products are slowly coming back on the market via Ocean but some of the products are still difficult to find. Paul returned my email promptly, confirming that he indeed is using Spectrum and suggested a distributor where I could possibly purchase clear powder from. A prompt and friendly response with helpful information, shocked me! Usually it takes a few days and sometimes you don't get a response at all. Apparently, Paul is different. It only heighted my respect for him as a artist.
Great schedules! review by Kat on 9/22/2018
It was hard to wait for the second part in this series but the wait waas worth it! This series has allowed me to create some of my best work ever! Thank you!
Awesome video review by Melissa Coates on 9/22/2018
Paul is an outstanding teacher and I learned so much about working with enamels and glass to create beautiful scenic creations. I ended up purchasing all of his online classes. I am grateful that he decided to do an online class for people who cannot be there in person.
Worth the wait for Part Two review by Karyn Vine on 9/21/2018
After viewing Part One of Paul Messink’s three part series, I was eager to purchase Part Two. When it was released for purchase it was well worth the wait. The follow-up info in Part Two was again well presented, nicely paced and photographed beautifully. Much more project-specific information is covered in Part Two. Having watched both of the first two videos, I felt much more confident to start on my own project. I love being able to go back and watch them again and again as needed. Thanks to all involved in making this video!
Inspirational review by Sheena Wadlinger on 9/20/2018
This video was even better than the first. Paul builds on his first video and gives lots of tips for those who want to continue exploring painting and composition. He inspires me to do more with glass painting.
Loved, Loved, Loved it!!! review by Tyrone Powell on 9/20/2018
And I thought it could not be better than part-1!!! It really was!!! Paul continued his journey!!! Excellent!!! I thought I could not wait until part-3!!!
So beautiful review by Karen Melody Shatar on 9/19/2018
This video really took the tools from the first one and soared high above the basics. The information Paul shared goes way above most videos as he took great care and effort to anticipate any questions one might have in creating this kind of multi-layered piece. It's great to have the video to refer back to over and over again as the principles are applied in one's own work. Great opportunity for those who want to explore painting and composition.
Valuable video review by SANDY TALEN on 9/19/2018
Wonderful teaching and tips to make anyone a success!
More great information! review by Jackie on 9/19/2018
The great information in this video has given me the confidence to try enamels using different techniques than I've attempted previously and I love the results!
Not disappointed review by Yvonne Harrison on 9/19/2018
Waited a long time for this and was not disappointed. Good follow on video from the first. Worth every penny!
Always something new review by Temple on 9/19/2018
He builds on his first video. I picked up many tips on making my glass work better. Very inspirational.
Love love love review by Erika on 2/8/2018
Paul I have learned so much about enamels in these 2 videos you are a stupendous teacher I am anxiously awaiting the final segment. You have taught not to fear the paint thank you . Thank you Tanya and John for these videos they area terrific learning tool