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Thread: Stain Glass Challenge .

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    Stain Glass Challenge .

    Here is a dirt simple Stain Glass I did to get the ball going. I had fun doing this and I thought others might like to try their hand at it.
    With this challenge you can get as simple or complex, as real or unreal as you like. I just thought it would be a fun thing to get started.
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    My real name is Neal Gilbertson, AKA Gilbert Neilson, AKA Jibes.
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    Very Interesting.... I haven't tried S.G. in a long time.
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    I've been thinking of doing a Faux stained glass project I came across on the Instructables website, where a creative individual made a nice looking panel using glass paints and black hot glue. This would be a good starting point in kicking it off. You might want to move the thread to the Projects forum area though.
    Nothing is easy to the unwilling.

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    hi yeah u were always good with colour Neal

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    Neal, this is amazing, I was lying in bed last night thinking of doing stained glass and what a surprise to see yours today, very nice job, I hope Im not the only one that thinks my brain away of the next painting I will do lol

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    great idea and great use of the loaded knife

    of course I had to try on my own - sadly the result looks more than a carpet than like stained glass so I'm gonna try harder tomorrow!

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    Here's my first attempt. I used a Sticker Spray I created for the lead, and used a number of layer and canvas textures to create the glass effects.

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    Nothing is easy to the unwilling.

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    This is fun. The examples are terrific. I will do one for the thread.
    I'll be back.
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    Stained Glass Mermaid

    Done in pastels and knife, hope you like it
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