Category - Fusing

White

Bullseye, Fusing, ramblings, Testing

I’ve been having some beef with the most recent batch of White Tekta. Until now, I’ve had no problems with it at all, but the stuff I got in my last order has been playing up. After I…

Murrine melting and my design process

Bullseye, Fusing, ramblings, System96

You’re probably aware that murrine chips placed on the surface of fused glass change their appearance dramatically between cold and fully fused. In many glass applications, murrine are designed to be seen in cross-section, for example the ubiquitous…

Vitrigraph and Flameworked Murrine

Bullseye, Fusing, Murrini, ramblings

… are two very different beasts. I will summarize how I feel about the difference between the two, and then explain a bit and list some pros and cons of each. Flameworked murrine work best as detail elements…

Making Murrine from Bullseye Glass

Bullseye, Fusing, Lampwork, Murrini, ramblings

First up: Bullseye Glass is fantastic stuff.  I really really mean it.  With a wonderful range of colours and designs that are all compatible with each other, with lots of accessory glasses (available in almost all the colours)…