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FREE! Online Kiln-Glass Education for Kiln Frog Customers with Bullseye Videos

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FREE! Online Kiln-Glass Education for Kiln Frog Customers with Bullseye Videos

Did you know ANYONE can make glass art in ANY kiln? That's right! Glass art can be made in any kiln, even in your heat treat kiln or your ceramic kiln, or your jewelry kiln, or your blade oven! You can create any glass art your heart desires. Bullseye Glass Co. inspires glass makers everywhere, helping them build foundation skills, learn about techniques, and discover forms for projects. Bullseye Glass Co. offers many lessons, tips, and videos to help guide you in any glass art project. Each 10-15 minute lesson is designed by Bullseye instructors and appropriate for everyone from...

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Create Hues with Sparkle and Depth

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Create Hues with Sparkle and Depth

Quick Tip: Sparkle, Sparkle Did you ever wonder why Bullseye doesn’t make an Aventurine version of other colors, like red, for example? We would if we could! The chemistry of those sparkles (a.k.a., flake) is deeply tied to green glass. In the kiln, however, you can layer to create new hues. When we were tipped off to this combination by Meryl Raiffe at The Glass Underground, we just had to try it and share the results!

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Why we LOVE Quartz Tubing!

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Why we LOVE Quartz Tubing!

Paragon CS-26 Whether it's offered as standard or an upgrade, we always love kilns that have quart tubing! Quart tubing provides a cleaner kiln interior and magnifies the heat to the glass. They also support and protect the elements from contamination with foreign materials that could shorten the element life. In addition, quartz tubes protect the glass from any falling debris from exposed elements. If you fire enamels, the metal oxides can cake onto the elements causing them to sag, and drop colored debris... yuk! Gail has two kilns at her studio with quartz enclosed tubes and never has to worry that anything...

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Little Wisp Bowls

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Little Wisp Bowls

Bullseye Glass Quick Tip: In this Quick Tip, you will learn to create your own streaky color palette! And, it's so easy! Start by layering Clear and White Streaky sheet glass over transparent tint glass styles. Then, slump in the Cone Bowl mold to upturn the edges and achieve luscious color at the rim. You might just find yourself making bowls for days! The Cone Bowl mold is a crowd pleaser and has always been a Bullseye Glass favorite!  Glass fusers have dubbed it the original “the ice cream dish mold” and who doesn't love ice cream! The steep drop of this...

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Working Deep

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Working Deep

  Bullseye Glass Studio Tip:  This TipSheet will introduce you to ways to float imagery and color within thick blocks of clear glass. This method is direct, simple, and allows greater control of line quality than is achievable with other techniques.  The primary technical challenges involved in this working method are: Controlling trapped air (bubbles) Restraining the glass flow at full fusing temperatures Working with extended heating and cooling cycles Minimizing coldworking to the finished project

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