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*Naos* 2017-02-23 3:05pm

Brand New Tutorial - Painted Sunset!
 
I just finished a Brand New Tutorial! And it's on sale!!!

https://www.etsy.com/listing/5006965...unset-lampwork


SerendipityArtGlass 2017-02-23 8:25pm

Got my copy!!! I always love your tutorials.

*Naos* 2017-02-23 9:16pm

Thanks, Marie! I released two other tutorials today as well, if you're interested! :)

Trish915 2017-02-24 11:12am

just got it! can't wait to give it a try!

SerendipityArtGlass 2017-02-24 4:41pm

I'll be getting them soon. I need more PPP on encasing. I CAN do it, I just don't do it well.

*Naos* 2017-02-24 4:44pm

Thanks, Trish!

Marie, I'm not super fab at it either to be honest. Can't do the big gather style/encase it all at once way. I do the Swipe Method. :)

carolinesbeads 2017-02-24 8:32pm

Hopefully I will have time to try it tomorrow. I am excited to play with it

*Naos* 2017-02-24 8:34pm

Thanks, Caroline! If you have questions, PM me. I'm having family over tomorrow for a birthday bash for my son but I'll answer as soon as I can. :)

MagpieGlass 2017-02-25 12:09pm

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So I played yesterday ... even though I still have the dreggs of the headache (today is day three and it's still hanging on).

Love this tute. Back set is per the instructions, Laguna-ish set ... I blended some extra colors in ... and then played with other bases and colors to go for a fiery sunset and see what colors play nice. I can't wait to play more.

*Naos* 2017-02-25 12:14pm

Laura, how gorgeous are those!!!??? WOW... I really like your blends! I like how you're already adapting the technique by throwing in more colors. :) Looks like your base glass for the top set might be more of the yellowish side. Depends on the batch as to what reactions you get. :/

MagpieGlass 2017-02-25 2:20pm

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Originally Posted by *Naos* (Post 4914214)
Laura, how gorgeous are those!!!??? WOW... I really like your blends! I like how you're already adapting the technique by throwing in more colors. :) Looks like your base glass for the top set might be more of the yellowish side. Depends on the batch as to what reactions you get. :/

Age of glass, torch setting, how I held my tongue. All those good things of working with glass.

I love, love, love how the green set came out ... wanted to go make more this afternoon but bad storms and tornado warning. Maybe later tonight!!

And really want to try to make a set with more red and orange tones of sunset!!

Thanks so much for a great tutorial (as always) and getting my muse going!!

*Naos* 2017-02-26 2:50pm

You're welcome! :)

Carolyn Hipskind 2017-03-01 1:22pm

Just purchased mine. Can't wait to try it! Thanks so much, Carolyn

*Naos* 2017-03-01 1:23pm

Thanks, Carolyn! Have fun! :)

MagpieGlass 2017-03-03 11:25am

I started a Showcase thread in the Gallery for the newest tutes. Come share your results.

lakesuperiorwaves 2017-08-23 10:10pm

I'm a newbie and this tutorial is awesome! Thank you!!!

*Naos* 2017-08-24 4:20am

Thanks, lakesuperiorwaves! Hope you're having fun with it. :)

magessa 2021-01-30 1:56pm

Very nice! A real sunset!


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