eBook: Optic Topics: Ebb & Flow Book 2, by Judith Conway & Kevin O'Toole
Creating elegant, elongated patterns with the Ebb and Flow of glass, this second addition to Optic Topics further explores the fascinating possibilities of Bullseye Glass Stringers.
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Optic Topics: Ebb & Flow will take you through more than a dozen pieces, with complete diagrams, material lists and firing schedules. Stringer distortion goes on a wild ride, creating fascinating new patterns by changing the variables!
Carefully detailed instructions guide you step-by step through the projects and variations on them. The detailed diagrams, many at full-size, will help you with the layouts and will build your confidence to incorporate the process into future fusing projects. Many of the projects are sized for smaller kilns, but all the projects are easily adaptable.
The book is suitable for all levels of experience, it is highly recommended to read Optic Topics: Harmonics Book 1 first, to help you fully understand the techniques developed in this book.
Vitrum Studio, created by Judith Conway and Kevin O'Toole, has gained an international reputation for excellence in kilnformed glass, providing advice and inspiration to thousands of students over the years.
The brick and mortar version of Vitrum Studios is no more, but all they have developed over the years is being distilled into their Vitrum eBooks, with each book designed to be a Masterclass in itself!
- 101 Pages and over 214 photos and diagrams
- Comprehensive instructions and diagrams
- Complete firing schedules in both Fahrenheit and Celsius
- Vitrum Studio Tips
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