Monday, February 7, 2011

New Tips For Glass Painting


If you cut pieces of beveled glass from plates or bowls, you can use these pieces to paint and create beautiful patterns of decorative objects. 
If the glass is dirty, you can not apply the color evenly. 
So, clean the glass first with isopropyl alcohol to remove dirt and grease. 
If you are painting over a bottle or a round object, make sure you have support for glassware. 
Lint-free cloth is ideal for providing support for that painting is not ruined when it was still wet. 
If you're just a beginner to learn to draw the design on the back of the sheet of glass. 
Use a glass coating to expose the design you want to paint. 
Always choose a glass object in your profession that has a smooth and even. 
Your paint will not be important if you choose a glass object with a rough surface or printed. 
If you paint a large area, choose a large brush. 
For painting small areas with intricate details, use brushes close. 
To paint a textured surface, use a sponge. 
If you want to remove all unwanted lines, simply use a thinner or a blade. 
Often, the sweat and natural oils from the hands of decay of the paint on the glass surface. 
To prevent your paint to get ruined, wear latex gloves while painting. 
Make sure the section you just paint is dry before moving. 
If you want to secure the paint, use an oven to cook the artwork. 
To make your painting more sustainable use colors that based gum. 
Use a brush to mix your paint. The brush can be expensive, but worth the investment. 

Use a flashlight to confirm that the surface color is completely and no space is left. Filling the gaps so that the pain is still wet.

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