Having access to the glass furnace allows artists to create unique projects on unified glass. Here are some great unified glass techniques that you may want to try on your own or use as a starting point for your own creativity.
Be sure to keep a journal with detailed notes on your glass project, so you know what you are doing for future reference.
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The attached glass creates interesting objects such as chandeliers and vases. These intricate pieces can be made from a single glass, or two or more together; and they can be made in various shapes, not just square or round glass pieces.
Embossed glass is another exotic technique that will have everyone wondering how to make a design that is embedded in the glass.
The inclusions can consist of any item that is sealed within a unified glass artwork, and they have a striking effect.
The technique that requires mold is "freeze and fuse", which produces beautiful three-dimensional pieces of glass. You can mix glass powder for a variety of colors or paint details individually on prints.
Combining glass is a creative method of moving and bonding various colors of glass in a sizzling glass furnace. The long rake bars are used to push and pull the glass to create a rotating design within the liquid glass.
The fused glass bracelet is also made inside a hot oven, and it also requires very quick and definitive work.