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    Heyas

    I've been practising my traditional glass painting seeing as i'm quite at work. Any criticism is welcome!
    Oh and finally sorted a flickr site out as i can't afford to get my website redone yet.

    Thanks
    Bonnie

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    http://www.purpleglass.co.uk/index.html

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    Very pretty, detailed work (looked on your flickr page)

    Love the tarot hangings too, very detailed.

    Well done, they are something to be proud of.
    Diane
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    • #3
      Lovely stuff, love your mum's doors, they must look even more beautiful when the sun comes through them
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      • #4
        They are really great, you must have got a lot of patience and talent!

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        • #5
          Just been having a nose at your work, really lovely stuff there, from coasters to the doors, I love it all, your very talented!
          Sarah

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          • #6
            VERY nice work...
            Cheers,
            Scorch

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            • #7
              Wow, those are amazing!!! I only just started and I can't imagine ever being that detailed with it, I have a hard enough time keeping the outliner in a straight and even line!

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              • #8
                OOh, those nice comments have really cheered me up after a very odd and strange week!

                Picklechops, i started all of my glass fetish with glass painting with the outliner thingies and i have to say i think using fired enamels is soooo much easier! If you dont get a perfect line, you just let it dry and scrath it back!
                Only problem is needing a kiln and the paints really arn't cheap.
                On my next tarot card for a friend atm, second layer being fired in the kiln as we speak...so exciting!

                Bon
                http://www.purpleglass.co.uk/index.html

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                • #9
                  Hi Purpleglass

                  Love your purple pendant, orange clock and orange doors. You have a great eye for colour. Look forward to seeing your website!

                  Warm wishes

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                  • #10
                    Beautifully done. So much talent hanging around in here, hope it rubs off!
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                    • #11
                      Great work! The clocks are amazing. I've done some glass painting but mostly bottles and jars. Your jewelery is exquisite!
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