400 DPH - 800 - Hold 45 (this is to allow the binders to begin to burn away)
400DPH - 1000 - Hold 60 (this is to allow the binders to finish burning out so there are no trapped gasses.)
75DPH - 1235 - Hold 70 mi. (Bubble squeeze)
600DPH - 1490 Hold 10 to 15 min. (hold as long as it takes for the glass to fully fuse.)
Full - 900 -Hold 90 min. (This is for a 6mm thick piece)
100 - 800 Hold 30 (2nd anneal)
System 96 Users:
400 DPH - 800 Hold 45
400 DPH - 1000 Hold 60
75 DPH -1250 Hold 75
600 DPH - 1465 to 1475 Hold 10 - 15 min. (hold as long as it takes to fully fuse glass.
I didn't know this is possible, , a amacing Video review by Caroline Erb on 1/13/2019
Thank you Tanya, your Videos are always so speziell, and I can learn so many new things. It is easy to understand, and interesting to watch. I was willing to try this right away, but I must say I had to see the Video again, because it is not my language but i could do it and i learnt a lot, and that give you much selfconfidence. Thank you so much Tanya, you are my hero.
fun unique video review by Robin Little on 1/8/2019
Love this technique. What a fun way to make unique glass projects. I have used this technique in several dishes for gifts and always get rave reviews. It is easy to do with great results. Tanya is an amazing creative being and love that she shares with us.
An awesome - fun to do Technique that creates amazing results!! review by Melanie Olsen on 10/25/2018
Tanya continues to share her knowledge to help us push our glass projects to new dimensions. This is such a fun, unique way to take our projects to the next level. Love this this method- the possibilities to create one of a kind pieces are unlimited! Thank you Tanya for again sharing your knowledge and creativity!
Give Yourself Freedon to Play review by KAREN SHARBO on 10/17/2018
Another push to play with glass is a good thing and this video moves me in that direction.
Play Time review by KAREN on 10/16/2018
This is such a fun technique for me as an abstract artist. You keep adding to my natural tendency to play with glass supplies and have fun. Thank you!
One of My Favorites! review by SONJA RIGGS on 10/15/2018
I love this video and I have made a few different sizes dishes using this technique. Tanya ALWAYS makes any project video exciting, never boring to watch, covers everything you need to do, to be successful using her technique, tips are always added. This is a great video and it is always fun to go back and watch again! I just might go watch it again tonight ☺️
Stretches My Imagination review by Marilyn Brier on 10/10/2018
I love love love this video! There are so many possibilities and ways in which the techniques explained can be used and expanded. I also love Tanya's teaching style- clear, precise, understandable- and her sense of humor. Tanya's enthusiasm is contagious. Her passion for glass and for helping us take our work to the next level is most inspiring and encouraging. I can always depend on Tanya's firing schedules which she so carefully researches and so generously shares with us. And as she teaches she includes useful tips and hints. Tanya adds a personal touch to both her business and her teaching. Tanya really wants each of us to succeed. I'm most appreciative. Thank you, Tanya.
fun! review by Lora Kravec on 10/8/2018
I don't do painting (I am one of those "not artistic" people) but this is a blast. I am getting better and better at free-form projects and this lesson helped me a lot. The firing schedules worked perfectly, As usual, which makes it even more fun!
Make unique and beautiful glass review by Beth Varieur on 10/5/2018
This technique makes beautiful and unique glass, that can be slumped or draped into very impressive pieces. Tanya is a great teacher. She explains everything so clearly, and she spends so much time developing and experimenting with the techniques that she knows what firing schedules to use, exactly which products will give great results, and includes all the information you will need to be successful on your first try. I love that no two pieces made with this technique will ever be the same. Yet another technique added to my arsenal. I highly recommend this lesson.
Loved It review by Rebecca Walker on 10/3/2018
Such a innovative technique and fun to do. Tanya really knows how to get your thought processes going with her excitement on ways you could expand the technique.
Amazing techniques review by Melissa Coates on 9/29/2018
I love her idea of creating inexpensive bowls that look unique. I now can create bowls that are completely different that will not take me a lot of time to create. All the shows that I have been to I have not seen anything like this. These techniques will give me a new opportunity to make money at my shows.
Wow review by Kathy Harris on 9/29/2018
So fun to learn these new techniques. Loving the video experience, learning lots of great stuff. Well worth having in your video library!
Excellent Class and never boring! review by Linda Barnett on 9/29/2018
For the past year that I have been doing fused glass, Tanya was the only person that I could enjoy learning from online. This video was very informative and creative. I have sold many of the dishes I made using this technique. If I lived in Florida, I would attend many of Tanya's workshops but unfortunately live in Alaska.
Thank you, Tanya, for sharing all of your many years of wisdom and I wish you all the best in life.
Unique review by Barbara on 9/29/2018
Love this technique very original
Tanya is amazing and brings so much info to the table. review by Tamara Honaman on 9/29/2018
Tanya delivers again! I love printing and paint. I also love working with glass. This video was a way to combine so many of my passions it was well worth the value. I was able to make personalized holiday gifts from this video and will do so again this year.
Quality Video review by Elizabeth DelBono on 9/29/2018
Another great teaching video opening a whole new fusing area for me. Clearly presented but with Tanya's highly contagious enthusiasm and humor!
New ideas review by Kirsty Green on 9/28/2018
lots of ideas & content in this video. I always learn something new. So why only four stars, I didn't really like the finished result but I can use this to make another piece of glass I find more appealing.
Must see! review by Deborah Gerrity on 9/26/2018
Lots of information that will make your work unique!
Fantastic techniques in this video! review by Judi Haller on 9/26/2018
Super video and techniques. I have already been exploring this and love the results! Will be making many more items with the inkblot technique. AND also the powder migration with rods.
Fantastic review by Wendy bryant on 9/23/2018
This video has fun and easy techniques that are sure to help expand your glass knowledge. Lots of great ideas you can expand on. Definitely worth the price!
Great technique for all skill levels review by Barbara on 9/22/2018
Yet another excellent video from Tanya. Great technique for artists of all skill levels. Beware of Tanya's enthusiasm as it is contagious.
Capture Paintings in Glass review by Becky Jackson on 9/22/2018
This video is an excellent way to make memorable art for parents and grandparents while getting your children involved in you favorite hobby, Fused Glass making! Children of all ages, including adults, can make Ink Blot Art that is then fused between two sheets of glass. This art can be hung on the wall or slumped into a bowl or plate and proudly displayed on a coffee table, night stand, kitchen counter or bathroom vanity. Using this technique, Glassline paints on Firepaper, you can also capture handprints, footprints or any painting within glass to be celebrated for years to come. Many Ink Blot art sheet can be created at one time (during a birthday party, holiday or family reunion for example) and stored in draws to be used later in glasswork. Paintings can also be cut into shapes that are then used to create designs. Once you learn the technique, the possibilities are endless. This is possible the most particle technique that Tanya has ever taught.
Great technique review by Laurie on 9/20/2018
This is a great technique and the tutorial was very well presented. I used Tanya firing schedule and it worked great. I'm always looking for new and interesting projects. Recommended.
Great class review by Paul Davis on 9/20/2018
Wow Tanya made that simple. I always enjoy her classes and she makes me laugh while I'm learning. A natural when it comes to teaching. Modified to make handprints in glass of my grandchildren!
Amazingly Beautiful review by Kathy Jackson LG,WI on 9/19/2018
Tanya rocked it again. She took things to another level that I never even thought existed. So simple, and so beautiful. This video got me thinking of how I can incorporate more of my painting abilities into my glasswork. Thanks Tanya.
Amazing and Fun review by Karen Melody Shatar on 9/19/2018
This is an excellent video that has opened up a whole new avenue of exploration for me. I've been making all kinds of colors and combinations that draw the eye. I even had my grandsons - ages 6 and 11 - make the inkblots which they loved and turned out great. So much fun.
Cool use ok bullseye paper! review by carol zodrow on 9/19/2018
I'm always looking for new ways to use the glass inks, this technique is fun and easy for us less creative types!
A great technique: review by Margy Dennis on 9/19/2018
This video was well done and easy to understand. Everyone who sees the small 6” plates I created is amazed. Tanya is the greatest.
Loved the technique review by Susan Roston on 9/19/2018
This technique is easy and so much fun. I made trivets that look great. A psychologist bought one for her office!
Excellent video review by Yvonne Harrison on 9/19/2018
Absolutely loved this video and can't wait to have ago. It suitable for all artists beginners and experienced, so easy to do and very effective.
Creative review by Rose Ann Calabrese on 9/19/2018
Tanya is extremely creative the way she uses these objects to make inexpensive and amazing pieces to add to your work. These are easy and fun to add to your craft shows or galleries. If you are looking for something different and unique you have come to the right place.
Outstanding review by Mitchell G on 2/18/2016
I have learned so much and have ideas to expand my current glass fusing business because of it.