Thank you @kush_coast for your support of my art glass.
This is a unique look for me. It is a cross of old school and new school tech. I first saw this type of design back in 2005 from eush the last time I saw him work. I never tried it and still haven't officially. I need to get into using a vacuum more. This is one tech I plan on rocking when I do.
Lots of people have been asking how to do a specific design that I don't do... It is vacuum tech and maybe we can touch base on it.
To be honest the design everyone wants or wants to know is just lines spun one direction, section the spun lines in half, flip one set of lines so they are spinning opposite directions and then vacuum one on top of the other.
Funny how the simple stuff is what everyone thinks is great.
One day I will have the money and the equipment to show absolutely everyone's designs and tech.
But the tech i spoke about above is also a vac stack first and I don't do that either. But you need to vac stack to do 90% of what is done new school style, otherwise it always looks old school.
One day.... Well I have the army based piece in the electroform tank, getting oxygen and getting into the other pieces I didn't finish.
The new rig is cleaned and out of the kiln, I am on a time thing for it and need to get that one decorated and into the tank by Thursday. I will also be working up the design for the Bat soon.
Anyway, I am dabbin and then trying to do some of the many things I need to work on today.
Thanks for the support everyone.
@kush_coast I appreciate you and am including a numbered slap pack. It has every sticker in it and then if you save something with the number on it, you might win the giveaway when all 50 are in circulation. You also have the first limited edition glow in the dark uv light. I only plan on the 10 unless they send me black ones again.
I hope everyone has a great day.
Cheers! From MK Ultra