How To Mix Your Glass Paint

This is the true story of how my first teacher showed me how to mix my paint. I did what she said. I wasted a year. This is what she said: Take glass like this for the palette And a…

We've just begun the final quarter of 2017. And so I'd love to talk with you our plans for the remainder of this year and all the next. There are four components. They're in this video here: If you've an…

Question Time

An email from Tom M. “My question concerns both tools and technique. It seems you usually paint on the light table. So how do you ensure continuity of technique, with adjacent panels being neither too dark nor too light, without…

Shadow | Trailer #3

Shading used to take a lot of time and mean several, sometimes many firings. There's nothing wrong with this: why should beautiful effects be quick and easy to achieve? But shading also used to be a worrying experience: "Has it…

Shadow | Trailer #2

Shadow - launching July 27th - will give you a ton of step-by-step exercises so you become confident with every aspect of shading with Propylene glycol. It'll also include 6 case studies where you see how we use glycol in…

Great new (for us) brush here: If you’ve got either of our free ebooks - Brushes, Paints & Tools, or Grip - you understand we like to keep things simple. So we like to get to know a brush. And then we like…

Shadow | Trailer #1

Glass paint mixed with water and gum Arabic is wonderful for many things but it's difficult to shade with. That's why we often change instead to Propylene glycol. It's A-M-A-Z-I-N-G because it allows you to shade at your own pace and…