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Amended Challenge

This is the main board for discussing general techniques, tools, and processes for fusing, slumping, and related kiln-forming activities.

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Postby Nanette » Tue Apr 13, 2004 10:53 am

Count me in! Sounds like fun!

Good idea,


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Postby dee » Tue Apr 13, 2004 1:51 pm

jackie - what's the due date?
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Postby Nikki ONeill » Tue Apr 13, 2004 3:57 pm

Count me in...sounds like too much fun.

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Postby Linda Reed » Tue Apr 13, 2004 11:32 pm

It might be fun/illuminative if we are to donate the pieces to the WGW auction to develop a suggested template for a story board and have each participant create a story board on foam core with photos and an explanation... post them around the wall of the room to add interest to the pieces.

Story board idea; a row of small pictures across the top with photos of typical style pieces, then a large photo of the 'opposite' piece and an explanation beside the large photo. Those of you 'exchanging' styles could have your story boards double width (for the two of you) and correlated...

One idea, anyway. And Brad can post the same image (well, a digital version of it) on a seperate forum after the auction for all o us that aren't going to make it to the Corning WGW this year :cry:



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Postby Jackie Beckman » Fri Apr 16, 2004 9:35 am

OK Nanette and Nikki, I've got you added to the list. Dani, I've crossed you off.

Dee - sorry, I must have missed your question somehow. I hadn't really planned on a due date yet because Brad doesn't know when or where we'll ship them yet. I figured as people finished them, we'd just keep adding them to a thread in the Photo section. We can post a picture of what our regular work looks like and an image of our alter piece, and discuss what we liked or didn't like about working in a contrary fashion, and what we've learned, and what we may incorporate into our future work, etc.

Linda - as much as I love the story-board idea, chances are I won't be at WGW to set it up, and unless there is another voulenteer who wants to do that part we better just leave the "show" to exist on the board. I don't want to burden Brad with another job to be responsible for. It's a great idea though, so if anyone wants to do it . . . ?

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Postby froggee501 » Fri Apr 16, 2004 4:50 pm

I'm going to try to do this if I can... I haven't made that much stuff, but I know where my thought processes have been leading me...

my "usual" style: small, geometric, cool colors, flat, jewelry, transparents

opposite: small (kiln restrictions), "flow-y", warm or grayscale colors, slumped or other wise shaped, objet d'art or functional, opaque.

Does that sound good? Or am I missing something? I have to stay small, 'cause I never knew I'd be doing glass fusing, so have a small kiln... can go up to 4x4 max! However, family owes me glass 'cause I"m making glass tiles for the kitchen, so I should be able to get some...


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