Skills and Techniques Modeling Glass A New Way to Sculpt Glass

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by Lois Manno and Bob Leatherbarrow

Photography by Lois Manno

Modeling Glass is a unique two-part compound that includes a granular binder and a liquid medium that transforms glass powder into a smooth and firm, nonsticky, clay-like material. It can be formed into coils and slabs or cut into shapes in many different ways using inexpensive, readily available tools and techniques.

This article was originally published on page 40 of the March/April 2019 issue of Glass Art.



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