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Tools and Techniques to use Stained Glass Arts

Stained glass is a talented and skilled craftsman who specializes in bringing all kinds of designs to life.
 
To produce a solid and aesthetic art, the artist uses a series of tools and techniques of the trade. Here is a brief (and simplified) summary of the process that stained glass artists use to create colorful designs seen in churches, government buildings, and private homes.
 
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Create a template
 
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Before an artist brings the work to life with small, large pieces of colored glass, he first produces detailed images of the entire image. This image should be the same size as opening a window or other area where the art is displayed.
 
The glass pieces must be attached to the leader to make the final project, so the line to show where this leader will go should also be included in the template. Compared to the finish, this template is relatively simple in appearance.
 
Necessary glass cutting pieces
 
Glass cutting is a technique that must be mastered by all stained glass artists. They can use a variety of glass cutting tools to the size and shape required for stained glass design.
 
A glass cut carbon steel is a very good choice when precision is important, while diamond cut glass can be used even on very hard glass.
 
There are also special tools that stained glass artists use when they need to cut the glass into a perfect circle. It works the same way like a compass in a math set. A suction cup is used to mark the center of the circle and then the arm is rotated to print the glass.

Reverse Glass Painting: What You Need To Know About It?

Reverse glass painting is the art of painting an image on the reverse side of a piece of glass or glass object so that the image can be viewed from the unpainted side. This has been done since the beginning of the sixteenth century in Europe and is known in China during the early 18th century.

You may get several glass accessories to perform this kind of art glass. To know more about these tools and accessories, you may take the help of the internet.

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Painting style has been used for religious art, abstract art, clock faces, realistic landscapes, and scenes with people and portraits. It is an art form that is very demanding, especially when performed as a realistic painting. The picture is actually painted in reverse order on the glass.

Details of completing the painting should be placed on the first glass and must be done accurately because it is immediately covered with the next phase of the painting. So to reverse glass painting portraits, pupils will be painted first, then the eyes, and so on in reverse order, finishing with the background.

When the glass is turned over, which meant the actual image viewed from the side that is not painted. Unlike stained glass, these paintings are meant to be installed on the wall with light shown on them, instead of the light going through them.

These paintings are generally made in a small village family workshop, with fewer paintings produced by stores larger in big cities. Many pictures painted is of religious subjects at the beginning of the art form.