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Create like you've never been able to before Fusemaster's black enamel powder is specially formulated to provide vibrant results when mixed with Flexi-Glass. Designed for use with the Flexi-Glass medium and transfer sheets, black enamel works just like frit or mica and can be used to create flexible fusible decal sheets which can be cut with punches or scissors. Just mix 1 tsp - Enamel Powder, 1 tsp - rubbing alcohol and 1 tsp - Flexi-Glass Medium. Paint the mixture onto a Flexi-Glass Transfer Sheet then Bake in a pre-heated kiln at 200 degrees F for 30 minutes.
Click "View User Manual" to download a complete instruction sheet for using Flexi-Glass with frit, enamels and mica for multiple exciting effects!
Project shown below was created incorporating intricate detail made with Flexi-Glass by artist David Alcala.
D & L Art Glass in St. Augustine, FL, will be hosting renowned glass artist David Alcala in its studio on October 6 and 7, 2012. David will be sharing his innovative techniques of working with frit in the vertical along with his revolutionary new product Flexi-Glass. Join D & L for David’s “Sand To Glass Tour 2012” and walk away with a new sense of creativity and inspiration.
I know Ill never get up the nerve to open my kiln to rake. Instead, I was wondering, can I fake...I mean, rake it? I was recently in Monterey, CA visiting a shop on Cannery Row, where glass artist David Alcala is usually busy at work. The day I visited, he was out (at the Glass Art & Bead Expo) promoting his new book and Flexi-Glass. His lovely wife was holding down the fort and I marveled at his landscapes made with fine glass frit. I knew I had a lot of Uroboros frit and powder at home, and it inspired me to try and fake a kiln rake with frit. I laid out a sheet of newspaper, and donned my goggles and face mask. I cut out a 10-inch transparent glass circle, so I would have a double-sided plate. Next, I sprinkled a bunch of purple powder, then white,