Granular Spray, The EASY Way
Sgraffito lovers will appreciate the revolutionary new way of applying liquid enamels to their metals! Granular spray, pioneered by John Killmaster, makes it easy to scribe fine lines without chipping and flaking. This class teaches how to use inexpensive tools and materials so that anyone can use this technique in their work, even at their kitchen table! Instructors Jean Van Brederode and April Wengren cover three different metals: steel, copper, and pre-enameled steel plates. They create a project with each metal showing the steps from start to a finished pendant using both a torch and a kiln for firing. They show how to wet pack enamels and use watercolor enamels to add color to their designs. Along the way they offer many tips and tricks to help students be successful! Beginners welcomed!
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Here’s what you will learn:
Metal – Steel, copper, or pre-enameled steel
533 powder form liquid enamel
RM 27 Ground coat for steel (if using steel)
Counter enamel (if kiln firing)
water color enamels or 80 mesh enamels for wet packing
sandpaper/sanding block, scrubby pad
map gas or kiln
tripod, 3″ trivet (if torch firing)
scratching tool (toothpick, dental pick)