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This item: Bullseye Best-Of Starter Glass Pack - 90 COE by Bullseye Glass Co.
Bullseye glass is a fusing favorite because of its incredible color palette and huge variety of types of glass. This exceptional pack includes the best of Bullseye, specially chosen by Delphi's fusing instructors, to give you the most artistic freedom and fun. Includes 6 sheets of 4" x 5" glass, 4 oz. pack of assorted Dichroic colored and textured pieces, seven 5 oz. jars of frit, 8 oz. confetti mix and 1/2 lb. stringer mix. 90 COE. A Delphi Exclusive!
All glass is clearly marked with item numbers for easy reordering. There are no extra boxing charges for glass packs. Photo is one example. Actual glass may vary from photo.
Sconce image courtesy of Bullseye Glass Co. Square project by Lisa Vogt.
Great selection for just starting out!
Pros : This arrived in perfect condition and came in every color shown. The frit is in all sizes, from a powder to coarse and we like and use all the colors. The dichro selection is wonderful, a little bit of everything was in that 4oz. The 8x10 sheets include 2 additional dichro as well as a clear with blue stringer as shown in the picture. It was the perfect addition to accompany the Fuseworks Microwave Kiln kit, we've had so much fun learning and creating!
Boyce Lundstrom has been a well-respected name in fusing since the late 1960s. In 1974, he founded the Bullseye Glass Company. Since then, hes published several books that have become essential guides for fusing artists. His latest release, "The Best Bottle Book Ever" showcases whimsical art made from discarded bottles. He outlines technical aspects of cutting, breaking and fusing bottles, and addresses compatibility issues and firing schedules. Were giving away the book. Along with the new G2 Bottle Cutter and a popular Bottle Sagger mold - an $85 value. Its our best bottle art giveaway ever. Enter our sweepstakes through Facebook April 21-23 to win the prize pack. (If youd rather not enter through Facebook, you can enter here.) The winner will be chosen randomly on April 24. Our apologies for the technical difficulties with the Bottle Art Contest....the link should be fixed now. If you are still having trouble,
"Well, hello there Carlise, my name is Cere. Its nice to meet you. " As a flameworker, the most powerful tool at our disposal is the torch. From raw gas to burning flame, the torch provides the energy needed to take glass from solid state to molten magic. As someone that typically works with Borosillicate glass (32 or 33 COE), I tend to work towards the hotter parts of the flame, however, if you work with Moretti (104 COE), or soft glass, you may find the cooler areas beneficial to you. No matter what kind of glass you are melting in your torch, when properly familiar with the parts and type of the flame, you can bring your work to new levels. Q Oxidizing, Reducing and Neutral What kind of flame do I have, and what does that mean to me? A When being worked, many glass colors are sensitive
Heres our list of 5 Favorite New Items from the May 2013 edition of Stained Glass News, also in this issue Stained Glass News 25th Anniversary Contest winners announced. 1. Button Molds from Creative Paradise What better way to show off your art, than to wear it. These fantastic new molds from Creative Paradise are available in three different styles, Small Round, Large Round, and Square giving you the freedom to create buttons for any apparel in your closet. We love creating glass art and what a bonus when it is practical too. 2. Getting the Blues can be Great - 2 Exciting New Colors from Spectrum Glass Expand your creative pallet with the latest hues from our friends at Spectrum Glass. Blue Topaz and Hydrangea Opal bring to life two of our favorite shades from nature, perfect for portraying bright ocean blues and subtle floral hues. These colors