Enamels or Other Paints for Fusing??

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    I’ve recently started using Glassline glass paints with great results.  It’s very versatile… you can do very graphic line drawings or use them like watercolors.  While I do occasionally get bubbles if I sandwich the image between layers of glass, there are several techniques listed on this discussion board that may overcome that issue. (http://www.warmglass.com/phpBB/viewtopic.php?f=20&t=26081&view=previous)

    I’ve used the glass on top of and between glass layers with great results… it’s very fun stuff!  I found my paints on eBay but if you google Glassline paints you’ll find them in various sources.

    For example:

    On top of glass: (graphic lines)

    Between glass: (watercolor effect)


    Sue, Sulimos Design

    Magic Glass Lady

    Thank you Sue for the help. I checked out the web photos and found them very informative.  This glass stuff is really additive and so joyous!!!!!

    Magic Glass Lady


    I really enjoyed Petra’s video :)

    I use about 4-5 different enamels on my work. I will try just about all of them LOL I hate waiting for them to dry so I pop them in my toaster over to dry (designated just for my studio use) 200 degrees for about 10 -15 min. This also helps reduce bubbles with glass line paints some times the bubbles are from mositure.

    Shoozles Fused Glass Goodness

    Wear Your Art- My  Blog


    Glassline paints are pretty great and they are compatible with 96 and 90.  You can get um in lots of colors including copper and gold.  I bought the pen set and the paints and so far I love them.


    You can cap it but the liquid causes bubbles.  Technically you should wait for it to dry before you cap, unless you like the bubbled look.  I made a pendant that I was too impatient to wait for and it came out looking like an explosion.  Kinda cool, but still ruined.


    Hi, I cap with clear fine frit. I let the paint dry overnight then put a generous layer of frit down on top . I try to even it out so there are no holes or low spots. It fuses wonderfully flat with no air bubbles.

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