Making mistakes in craftwork can often seem like a disaster. Sometimes you feel like binning everything and start again. When you work with acetate and glass, things are not always practical.
There are different types of glasses that you can use to make glass art projects, for example, reactive glass Bullseye. If you are interested in purchasing a bullseye flat strips of glass you may search online.
I have used the following suggestions to help many learners feel more confident in sorting out a common error in glass painting.
Common mistakes came in using a pen to decipher – methylated-based or acrylic paint glass paste. Although the materials are different, they are all sorted with a single product. It would be no surprise to hear that the product was methylated spirit.
Pen lines used in the glass paintings are generally designed for use with an overhead projector and alcohol-based. That means that the pen, and a thick paste that is used for 3D line, all can be removed with a clean meths.
Mistakes were made with paint-glass based methylated can be removed in the same way. The use of water to remove the mistakes made with water-based paint.
Correcting pen and decipher error:
Do you use the pen line, or paste, the process is the same for both. Follow the instructions carefully and you need to resolve the issue completely to start again.