Painting Glass

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Quayside Publishing Group, Aug 1, 2002 - Crafts & Hobbies - 96 pages
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Painting Glass offers an easy way to learn about one of the most accessible and popular crafts today. With this book you'll discover that it requires only limited equipment and a little practice and imagination to produce beautiful results. Basic materials and techniques are fully explained in the 10-page "Getting Started" section. There is also helpful advice on designing your own pieces.

This exciting book contains 15 different projects that show a selection of designs that can be achieved using water and/or oil-based paints, applied with a brush or sponge and outliners. You'll find instructions for painting plates, glasses, candle holders, lightcatchers, and more. Important details are shown in close-up, color photos and clearly written instructions take you through the process step-by-step.

Throughout the book, special galleries feature examples of decorated glasses, bowls, mirrors, candle holders and lightcatchers for further inspiration. This book is an excellent sourcebook of ideas for more experienced painters, as well as an ideal introduction for beginners.

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About the author (2002)

Caroline Green is an experienced freelance craft designer and author, working regularly on books and women's magazines and designing for companies such as Hallmark Cards. She trained as a graphic designer at Kingston Polytechnic and currently lives in Berkshire, England.

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