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All About Glass Slumping Drop Rings (Intermediate)
Glass Slumping:  Tutorial:  Drop Rings: 
Most commonly made of clay, like regular molds. Circular Ring is the most common style. Comes in 5", 7", 9" or 11" diameters. Most are smooth, some are textured. Could create your own with Kaiser Lee Board or fibreboard. Fuse your project normally first, sized to outer measurements of mold. Can do a tack fuse/slump in 1 firing if you want to. Place fused project on top of drop ring, and place some shelf paper directly underneath drop ring's hole. You could use Lava Cloth or fibr...

Float-Glass-Mosaic-Tray (Beginner)
Glass Slumping:  Tutorial:  Glass Tacking:  Float Glass: 
Fusing with float glass can be great fun. It uses free glass, it's easy to do, and it's a terrific way to learn how glass responds to being fired in a kiln. There are 3 key factors to consider when working with float: Compatibility - all glass is compatible if it's from the same sheet but you can't assume any glass from any different sheet is compatible when you mix glass from different sheets. Lower COE = higher temperature - float glass varies from COE 82 to 86 and requires a hig...

Making a Slumped Glass Floral Former Vase (Intermediate)
Glass Slumping:  Tutorial: 
Initial kiln setup. A glass square is first † fully fused and cooled, and any coldworking of the edge that is needed is done at this time, It is then placed in the kiln for slumping. In this example the glass is 1/4" thick, and placed shiny side up.(This is actually a different piece then in the photos below.) You have to watch carefully while you do this. Find a temperature where the glass just starts to droop, such as 1050F and hold for 15 min. Keep adding temperature...

Kiln Carving (Beginner)
Glass Slumping:  Tutorial:  Kilncarving:  Kiln Carving: 
"Kilncarving" is a term coined at Bullseye to describe a simple kilnforming process that achieves a bas relief, textured, or sculpted look in glass. The process involves cutting a pattern or design in ceramic fiber paper, then stacking glass on top of the pattern and firing the piece in a kiln. During firing, the underside of the glass conforms to the ceramic fiber paper pattern, assuming its contours and textures. Kilncarving is a good beginning technique. In trying it, you can...

Glass Slumping:  Tutorial:  Glass Fusing: 
Weaving strips are slumped at temperatures that cause kiln wash to deteriorate. You should apply a fresh coat after each firing. After slumping the mold strips, set them out alternating one up and one down and insert the cross strips through each slumped strip. If you didnít get a full depth slump, you may have to cut the cross strips slightly undersized....

Thermo formed Glass (Slumping) (Intermediate)
Glass Slumping:  Glass Painting: 
Thermo formed Glass (Slumping) originally a French video hence the name "thermo" showing the technic of painting by hand and spraying onto clear sheet glass and then slumping in free form molds to create a very artistic range of glass articles. Sheets of glass range from 3-7mm thick. Video also contains an excellent method of cutting freeform shapes prior to slumping. ...

Masters of Studio Glass: Toots Zynsky (All)
Glass Slumping:  Informational: 
Masters of Studio Glass: Toots Zynsky Toots explains and shows her artwork style which consists of making glass artwork in the form of pieces made from rods and strips of art glass which are then slumped into interesting shapes... ...

Murrine Use (All)
Glass Slumping:  Glass Blowing:  Murrine:  Informational: 
Murrine Use Once murrine canes are cut into thin slices, they can be fused and slumped, flameworked, or blown. Here, murrine canes are used in demonstrations of a Roman-period process and a Renaissance Venetian process. ...

Fusing and Slumping (Beginner)
Glass Slumping:  Glass Fusing:  Informational: 
Fusing and Slumping Popular among glass artists today, as it was in the golden age of Greece and the Roman Empire, this technique softens and shapes glass in a kiln. Various preparatory steps are shown in the making of a contemporary sculpture. ...

Master Class 9: Casting Glass With Daniel Clayman (Advanced)
Glass Slumping:  Glass Casting: 
Master Class 9: Casting Glass With Daniel Clayman (Trailer) Daniel Clayman creates large-scale, cast-glass minimalist sculptures that evoke familiar objects and capture space and volume, transforming intangible light and shadow into the tangible. In this DVD, Clayman takes viewers through the process of kiln casting with glass, including creating the positive model, making the mold, kiln firing, and finishing. He discusses his work, his personal development as a sculptor, and his efforts in tea...

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