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Old 2018-01-11, 7:27pm
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I just came across this website (and Facebook page) and thought if might of interest to those that have been following this thread.

They have a vast knowledge base and tons of free tutorials. It does seem to be mostly focused on fusing but still lots of interesting information.

https://glasswithapast.com/
https://www.facebook.com/Glass.With.a.Past
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Old 2018-01-11, 10:44pm
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Yeah, bottle glass is pretty much a monochrome thing if you aren't in the mood to experiment. On the other hand, we've seen that silver wire can add interest. Baking soda would probably give it a great beach-glass effect, and mica powders, glow powder, and dichroic extract (if you're really careful) don't care what COE they're applied to. There's nothing wrong with sculptural or textural work either. Let there be lumpiness!
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