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Cosmo 2008-12-17 8:54am

Inside-Out Beads Tutorial
 
http://www.cosmoglassworks.com/image...rial-cover.jpg

14 pages, 36 photos.

Available in either a printed version ($20) or digital download ($15).

I think the digital download is working correctly. If not, let me know and I'll get it fixed.

http://cosmoglassworks.com/index.php/books

ShellyD 2008-12-17 9:00am

Ooh...ooh.....ooh...tempting.....Looks fantastic!!

ShellyD 2008-12-17 9:06am

Hi

Trying to purchase it but had a problem when clicking the continue button from the Paypal page. Some error. Will try again.

Resistance is futile apparently. LOL

Cosmo 2008-12-17 9:07am

Quote:

Originally Posted by ShellyD (Post 2261002)
Hi

Trying to purchase it but had a problem when clicking the continue button from the Paypal page. Some error. Will try again.

Resistance is futile apparently. LOL

Was it a problem on the PayPal page or on the shopping cart itself?

Cosmo 2008-12-17 9:08am

Ahh. I see the problem.

Working on it right now....

Cosmo 2008-12-17 9:32am

Should be working correctly now...

ShellyD 2008-12-17 9:44am

Hey Chad,

Yep, looks like it is working. Looking forward to the tut.

Thanks
Michelle

bluecatbeads 2008-12-17 9:57am

I might be computer challenged but where is the link to look at the book for purchase, I am just curious as to what glass is used COE and such.

Which of your 5 links do I click on to find it?
Thanks

playswithfire104 2008-12-17 10:00am

I believe it is boro - COE 33.

Cosmo 2008-12-17 10:10am

Trying to track down why the digital download isn't working. So, if you're interested, you can either wait for me to get it fixed, or go ahead and purchase it and I'll e-mail it to you...

Cosmo 2008-12-17 10:25am

Ahh... rather than keep trying in vain to get the digital download to work, I just changed it back to the old-fashioned method - you buy it and I'll e-mail it to you.

Sorry for any inconvenience. Everyone that tried the digital download should have received the tutorial by e-mail. If not, please let me know...

ShellyD 2008-12-17 10:28am

Looks great!!

Thanks

squid 2008-12-17 12:08pm

Chad - do you use points to make these beads? If so, is pulling points covered in the tutorial?

Cosmo 2008-12-17 12:16pm

Quote:

Originally Posted by squid (Post 2261411)
Chad - do you use points to make these beads? If so, is pulling points covered in the tutorial?

Yes, and yes.

Troll Lover 2008-12-17 12:40pm

Chad, can this be done one a nortel minor with 2 concentrators?

Cosmo 2008-12-17 12:44pm

Quote:

Originally Posted by Troll Lover (Post 2261496)
Chad, can this be done one a nortel minor with 2 concentrators?

Yep. I have done it myself many, many times.

Troll Lover 2008-12-17 12:48pm

Okay thanks, then it's mine ;) :D!

piedradesigns 2008-12-17 1:08pm

Boro?
 
Just to clarify...these beads are 33 COE?

Cosmo 2008-12-17 1:17pm

Quote:

Originally Posted by piedradesigns (Post 2261552)
Just to clarify...these beads are 33 COE?

Yes.

earlbacher 2008-12-17 7:45pm

yay!!! more money spent!!

looking forward to checking it out....

playingwithfirebeads 2008-12-17 7:55pm

Bought me one too. Thanks Cosmo.

Cosmo 2008-12-18 7:57am

Oh yeah....

Whoever buys this tutorial, please send me photos of what you make from what you learn. I want to have a section on my web site showing things people have learned from me.

eidyn 2008-12-18 2:49pm

Quote:

Originally Posted by piedradesigns (Post 2261552)
Just to clarify...these beads are 33 COE?

Hmmm, I figured they'd be in 33....do you know if it can be done using 104 tubing?

Cosmo 2008-12-18 3:42pm

Quote:

Originally Posted by eidyn (Post 2263913)
Hmmm, I figured they'd be in 33....do you know if it can be done using 104 tubing?

I've never used 104 COE tubing, so I can't say for sure. However, glass is glass, so it should work. The only possible problem I see is that in borosilicate, clear glass is softer than colored glass, which helps the designs sink into the walls of the bead. In soft glass, solids are softer than transparents, so that may effect things.

But, like I said, I've never tried it. However, if you are using any torch that isn't a hot head, you should be able to do these out of borosilicate. I teach this class on Minors.

eidyn 2008-12-18 3:47pm

Hmmm...might be worth playing with.

Rose Leslie 2008-12-18 5:17pm

Damn I have to wiat until next wednesday when I get paid. Not fair.

Cosmo 2008-12-18 6:28pm

Quote:

Originally Posted by Rose Leslie (Post 2264162)
Damn I have to wiat until next wednesday when I get paid. Not fair.

If I had a dollar for every time I've said that.... well, I'd never have to say that again....

earlbacher 2008-12-18 7:48pm

:-( havent got mine yet....

Cosmo 2008-12-18 7:57pm

Quote:

Originally Posted by earlbacher (Post 2264476)
:-( havent got mine yet....

Just sent it again to the address on your PayPal account. Let me know if you don't get it this time.

earlbacher 2008-12-18 8:13pm

found the lil bugger.... thanks again!!!


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