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Old 08-07-2017, 04:56 PM
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Awesome color spectrum Scott. The clear to opalized transition is a bit like magic. Would be great for live demos. I had a show this weekend and all the customers were drawn to these pieces. Inside of a conch shell will be a great application.

A bunch of boro artists came by and suggested that it looked just like "amber purple" in the COE 33 world.

The matte finish suggested by Sky on my other thread was pretty damn amazing. I didn't think it could look better but I have to admit that I like it even better.

Please post pics! I'll upload an image of the matte finish later.
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matt, blasted in contrast is remarkable/ oil it.
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that's really nice
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I'm nowhere near being able to play around with any of this stuff right now, but it gets me really excited to see what people are doing. I can't wait to get things up and running around here.

Thank you to everyone for sharing here.
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Actually, this not a hard glass. It does depend on the basic clear formulation. It would probably be equally relevant if I had a class on clear bases for colors but it is not sexy. In all my correspondence with John we talk base glasses more than anything. I don;t think anyone pays a whit of attention to those basics. I think I have five bases and John, last time I checked, has nine.


Once through the base, then apply the rules for expansion and viscosity. Make it fit.
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