This colour matures to a pink upon firing. It is more of a purple pink compared to Petal Pink which maintains a brighter colour after firing.
This glass style requires a longer initial hold time during firing to reach the target colour - please see the working notes below.
Bullseye frit is made from crushed, screened and magnetically cleaned Bullseye Compatible sheet glass. Available in a huge variety of colours, frit gives the opportunity to add a unique element to your glass work. Frits are extremely versatile and can be used in kilnforming, including glass sketch and painting with light techniques, as well as in torch working and blowing, to create colours and patterns on surfaces.
May react with:
Powder frits usually appear much lighter than their fired colour, even when the glass is not a striker. Please see the bottom half of the sheet glass image below for a better idea of the fired colour.
Typically deepens in colouration on firing. Dark interface reaction possible with sulphur glasses (1137, 1437, 0137).
For projects that are especially colour-sensitive, we recommend fusing a small sample, with a similar setup in the same kiln, to best predict final colour results.
Looking for inspiration? Take a look at how other artists have used powders in their work in these videos.
All our glass is COE90, Bullseye Glass compatible and suitable for applications such as glass fusing, glass casting and glass slumping (unless otherwise stated in the description).