Kiln Size Needed: 16" x 16" however projects are adaptable to any kiln size
Equipment/Machinery Needed: Grinder
Projects Made: 1
Join Glenda Kronke once again as she takes you on a Surfin' Safari Adventure! Glenda has had two huge hits with her Nature's Wonders video classes and now she's back teaching you glass fusing skills that can be adapted in so many ways... in any size kiln. Glenda is easy to follow with her carefree style of teaching. She encourages you to explore and go your own way while adapting your own style of art glass. The fundamentals of this video can be utilized in an abundance of ways in all your glass work. Topics covered are:
- Creating pattern bars using Bullseye powders
- Creating a custom dam mold that can be made in any size or shape
- Creating a custom pattern and shape that will catapult your glasswork and make your art uniquely you
- Reconstruction with pattern bar inserts into your glass work
- Finishing techniques
- Slumping the piece
- All firing schedules included and can be found in "My PDFs" in your account
PLEASE NOTE: This is an Intermediate level class. A tile saw and sandblaster is used in this class. If you do not have a sandblaster, diamond hand pads may be used for clean up of the piece.
How to Watch:
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Surfin' Safari Adventure w/ Glenda Kronke - Full Version01:01:27
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.
2. Creating the Pattern Bar00:20:55
3. Pattern Bar Clean Up00:02:31
4. Slicing Up the Pattern Bar00:04:50
6. Creating the Custom Mold Dam00:03:53
7. Construction the Piece00:08:54
8. Cutting the Glass Using Your Pattern00:10:20
9. Slumping the Piece00:05:29
10. Finishing the Piece00:03:01
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Another great video! review by Kathryn on 1/13/2019
Glenda provides an overview highlighting and perfect marriage of powders and sheet glass. While the video only covers the creation of a single piece, the techniques and tips presented inspire the imagination. Glenda's down to earth style, and come what may attitude, put the viewer at ease.
Can't wait to get started! review by Lindsay Butler on 1/13/2019
I bought this video and despite the fact I am moving and have packing stacking up; I couldn't wait to watch! Great!! Now I WILL have to be patient and wait until I get set up at my new place so I can explore all the possibilities.
Love it!! review by Malu on 1/13/2019
Wow the explanation is great, the tone of her voice is enthusiastic that make the video so entertaining, the amount of knologe
that she gave in so short time made tis video-class so valuable
A fresh take on pattern bars review by Bernadette Carter on 1/13/2019
I was so excited by this video that I couldn't wait to try it. I live in UK and prefer to use System 96. I could barely wait until my glass had completely cooled before slicing it open. Even though I was a bit too hot with my kiln temperature, (with Glenda's, I think you can still see the powder texture), the results are outstanding. So happy!
OMG review by Yvonne on 1/13/2019
OMG this video was amazing. Learnt alot