Beginning Fritography DVD

$28.95 USD
Item# 4799D
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  • Learn how to create "painted" glass images with artist Michael Dupile
  • Course covers tools, techniques, firing schedules and more
  • Includes a portrait pattern so you can follow along
  • 90 minutes


Product Description

A Step By Step Course in Creating Imagery with Glass Frit
Learn how to create "painted" glass images with frit watching this step-by-step workshop with Michael Dupille. Discover expert techniques while creating a fused glass portrait. This full length workshop covers everything from tools and equipment to firing schedules and fusing tips for incredible, life like imagery. A copy of a portrait pattern is included so you can follow along. DVD. 90 minutes.

Project below by artist and DVD host Michael Dupille. Action image shows Michael Dupille using CMC (#91301) to create dimensional details.

DVD is set to NTCS Region 1. DVD may not operate on DVD players sold outside of the United States, Canada, Bermuda and US territories.

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Pros : DVD is very thorough and enjoyable
Cons : When the same action is repeated over and over, such as spreading frit, we did not need to see every application
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