How do you sign your work?

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    gizzmogirl
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    How do you “sign” your piece of art? Who embeds a special symbol? Who signs with a paint pen? Who makes an etched mark? Do you make any “signature” at all? I would love to see some examples!

    #12887

    Anonymous

    I use a “Ti Pen” – a titanium tipped scribe that leaves a permanent, very fine mark. It will withstand firing temps so you can sign flat work and then slump.

    http://TheTipen.com

    Use with a drop of water. It works best on dark glass.



    Paul
    FusedGlass.Org
    Helios Kiln Glass Studio
    PaulTarlow.com

     

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    bookie13
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    Also, Harbor freight battery operated engraver costs about $6 and is perfect for the job. Pentel silver marker and Sharpie red PAINT marker (not regular sharpie) both work if fired on. Temp needs to go to 1100 or more.

    Barry Kaiser

    Web Site    http://www.kaiserglass.com

    Glass Classes:   http://www.Kaiserglass.com/classes.html

    Tutorials      http://www.kaiserglass.com/tutorials.html

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