Jana Filípková

Jana Filípková

Jana Filípková
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Keramikvögel türkis

Keramikvögel türkis

Murat Tepeli - Google+

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Reichenbach Silver Brown cane. It reacts beautifully with silver glass and will fume nicely when you reduce the bead.... Jan 2009 Aja Vaz

Reichenbach Silver Brown cane. It reacts beautifully with silver glass and will fume nicely when you reduce the bead.... Jan 2009 Aja Vaz

This is a bead done with cobalt, silver, threaded stringer, and clear. I got a nice yellow/green effect, and kept the bead out of direct heat, even while casing it. The bead never got back to the red glow in the core, only the surface of the casing was heated to even it out.

This is a bead done with cobalt, silver, threaded stringer, and clear. I got a nice yellow/green effect, and kept the bead out of direct heat, even while casing it. The bead never got back to the red glow in the core, only the surface of the casing was heated to even it out.

Cane/Twistie Recipes - Lampwork Etc. Twisty Opal Yellow and Intense black on silvered ivory. (I know you didn't want silver, but this OY is on top of the silver, did not effect the colors). Where you see the black lines is where the OY is. As you can see it ranges from pink to yellow as you go up the bead. This bead was heated and marvered a lot to get the shape. I think this is why I have the pink area, I think this was the area that was heated this most.

Cane/Twistie Recipes - Lampwork Etc. Twisty Opal Yellow and Intense black on silvered ivory. (I know you didn't want silver, but this OY is on top of the silver, did not effect the colors). Where you see the black lines is where the OY is. As you can see it ranges from pink to yellow as you go up the bead. This bead was heated and marvered a lot to get the shape. I think this is why I have the pink area, I think this was the area that was heated this most.

Using Thompson's 1000 Series enamels under copper leaf or foil. These have the chemistry to act as a flux for the copper and enable the process that creates the oxide colors. The 1000 Series is incompatible with Moretti/Effetre glass, so don't try to encase it.  The 9000 Series are the enamels that have been especially developed by Thompson's to work in and on Moretti/Effetre glass. Use the 9000 Series if you want to encase your enamels and are not working with copper leaf or foil.

Using Thompson's 1000 Series enamels under copper leaf or foil. These have the chemistry to act as a flux for the copper and enable the process that creates the oxide colors. The 1000 Series is incompatible with Moretti/Effetre glass, so don't try to encase it. The 9000 Series are the enamels that have been especially developed by Thompson's to work in and on Moretti/Effetre glass. Use the 9000 Series if you want to encase your enamels and are not working with copper leaf or foil.

Moretti 066 Intense Black on Moretti 266 Opal Yellow

Moretti 066 Intense Black on Moretti 266 Opal Yellow

Here's copper leaf on opal yellow (inspired by a bead pic I saw here on WC! using copper on opal yellow). I love the colors that you get from this combo, although on another copper over opal yellow bead that I made, I cooked the heck out of the copper and it turned way too blue for me...

Here's copper leaf on opal yellow (inspired by a bead pic I saw here on WC! using copper on opal yellow). I love the colors that you get from this combo, although on another copper over opal yellow bead that I made, I cooked the heck out of the copper and it turned way too blue for me...

Deb Lewis. The Turtle Back, love this reaction..

Deb Lewis. The Turtle Back, love this reaction..

Grab a copper-based opaque, i.e. turquoise, sky-blue (NOT periwinkle), petroleum green - anything that reactions with ivory.  Decorate it with some intense black, frit, trails, etc. Reduce it, or use a slightly reducing flame for the entire bead. Make sure that you get the red popping up on the turquoise or green. This bead is Petroleum Green and Turquoise, plus intense black frit. The reaction happened by itself - I must have been working in a reduction flame.

Grab a copper-based opaque, i.e. turquoise, sky-blue (NOT periwinkle), petroleum green - anything that reactions with ivory. Decorate it with some intense black, frit, trails, etc. Reduce it, or use a slightly reducing flame for the entire bead. Make sure that you get the red popping up on the turquoise or green. This bead is Petroleum Green and Turquoise, plus intense black frit. The reaction happened by itself - I must have been working in a reduction flame.