Guest Instructor: Peter McGrain
TIme: 2 Hours 20 Min.
Event: Online Video Class * Watch Now 24/7 * Never Expires
How It's Done: Add this class to your cart and purchase as you would any other item. Once purchased, go to "My Dashboard" on the left hand side of your dashboard, there is a "My Videos" link. Select that and watch this online class as many times as you wish. It never expires and it will always be there! You may watch full screen by selecting the icon in the bottom right hand corner of the video screen. Chapters have also been installed for you to reference key points throughout your class so you can jump right to the lesson you desire to watch. You may also use your Education Coins earned on prior AAE Glass purchases (found in your account) to reduce the price of the class by using the slide bar on the product video page or if you have enough coins, do not pay a dollar! You must be logged into your AAE account to purchase and watch your video. Watch this instructional video HERE on how the Education Coin program works. *NO REFUNDS FOR ONLINE VIDEO CLASSES*
Description: We think Tanya Veit sums this video up best:
"I don't care what you think you know about class cutting, this video is unbelievable. Peter is amazing. I remember when we were in the film studio setting up to shoot and I said to Peter, 'grinders are in the other room' and he looked at me funny and said 'I don't use grinders.' Meanwhile, I am looking at all these crazy squiggle and horseshoe shapes that he plans to demonstrate on table to cut and break out. He did it. Flawlessly. I was memorised by it, to be honest. If everyone could cut glass like that, you could make any fused or stained glass project. I've never seen anyone cut and break glass like that. Not even close."
I. Studio Set Up, Tools & Safety
II. Scoring & Breaking - The Basics
III. Breaking Glass by Hand
IV. Breaking Glass w/ Tools
V. Breaking by Tapping
VI. Cutting Strips & Squares Quickly
VII. Cutting Complex Shapes
VIII. Cutting Outside Curves
IX. Cutting Inside Curves
X. Cutting Squiggles & Waves
XI. Intermission The "L" Cut
XII. The Horseshoe Cut
XIII. Cutting Circles
XIV: Cutting A Hollow Hole
XV. Cutting Shapes Out of Opal Glass
XVI. Gallery of Pete's Work
Excellent! review by Kim on 11/19/2017
I’d have to travel and pay for lodging just to get a class in cutting....and then I wouldn’t remember most of it later! I can go look at this whenever I want!
Improved my skills review by Thecrackeddishb on 7/15/2017
I'm so happy I bought this video. This has improved my knowledge of why glass breaks at certain points. It's made me faster in my cutting so I can get more done. Peter really knows his cutting. So pleased to have that knowledge imparted to me. Thanks
Must Watch! review by Juls on 6/21/2017
Great for beginner and advanced cutters! Great tips, tricks and layout lessons! Well worth it!!! =)
Awesome! review by JULIE on 5/24/2017
I am glad I purchased this and can have access to it when I need it. So much information to absorb in one sitting. Will be referencing this over and over for the next several months.
Peter a wizzard at cutting glass review by Debbie on 4/18/2017
I've been cutting glass for years, Peter is fantastic. I just wanted to learn more.
Simply Terrific! review by Pam on 4/1/2017
Loved all the info. I cut lots of glass, but Peter reminds us of good techniques we should all be using. Mostly this video gave me the confidence to know I'm cutting glass efficiently & correctly.
A real master review by Shannon on 3/28/2017
Peter is an excellent teach and I highly recommend taking a glass painting class with him in person as he doesn't stop at teaching technique. He will drive you forward as an artist by saying "You can do better than that" (at which point, you wipe off the glass and start again!)
Wow! review by Jfish on 3/12/2017
I've been cutting glass for years. At least, I THOUGHT I knew how! PEter makes it seem just so easy. But his tips and examples are easy and make you feel you just need to go for it! Can't wait for his glass painting tutorial!
Excellent review by Sam on 3/10/2017