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The "stained glass painting"If stained glass is a complicated and very delicate art, you can obtain this magnificent transparency of colored glasses thanks to tinted varnishes. The layout, if there is one, will be done with a sort of tube partition which will allow you to define the shapes. Before anything else, take care to dismantle the door or the glass panel if possible.
The step by step1 Choose the design you want to make and transfer it to a white sheet of real size paper. 2 Position the pattern on one side of the glass, holding it with Scotch.3 To perfectly imitate the stained glass, trace the contours of your drawing, on the opposite side of the glass, with a raised ring tube, fitted with a cannula which facilitates its application. 4 After 30 minutes of drying, prepare your range of colors and paint your drawing. 5 You can also opt for a much freer pattern, mix the colors together and work more like the Impressionists!6 Before the paint is completely dry, you can, with the tip of a paper pencil or a feather, make scrapings to obtain decorative effects.
Good to knowIf you work vertically, because your glass is too heavy, watch out for drips ... In case of stain, use a clean cloth and a little special ceramic thinner or white spirit.
SandblastingThis technique, very popular at the end of the 19th century, is impossible to implement by an individual. However, the frosted and satiny aspect of the sandblasting remains very tempting… Besides the possibility of calling on a professional to decorate your door, you can, as for the stained glass windows, launch out into interesting substitutes. , use your drill equipped with a special steel milling cutter to mark, and a rounded grinding wheel for flat areas. Always experiment with a scrap glass to find out exactly how well your tip is performing. This technique is the closest to traditional sanding.
Simpler, reproduce your pattern with a brush, with a gel which, mixed with a special frosted varnish, will allow you to obtain an effect fairly close to sanding.
Proceed in the same way as for stained glass effects.