Evil Devitrifying Purple

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An [[Effetre]] [[handpulled]] colour, number 254. [[Opaque]] [[glass]] that produces a range of lovely purples. Named EDP because of its tendency to [[devitrify]] - loose its glassy-ness - when worked in certain temperature zones, you will see the glass go rough looking, it is possible to get rid of the [[devitrification]] by heating the [[glass]].
An [[Effetre]] [[handpulled]] colour, number 254. [[Opaque]] [[glass]] that produces a range of lovely purples. Named EDP because of its tendency to [[devitrify]] - loose its glassy-ness - when worked in certain temperature zones, you will see the glass go rough looking, it is possible to get rid of the [[devitrification]] by heating the [[glass]].
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There is a good tutorial on wet canvas about how to work EDP [http://www.wetcanvas.com/forums/showthread.php?t=120817&highlight=sweet+dreamy+purple here].
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There is a good [[tutorial]] on wet canvas about how to work EDP [http://www.wetcanvas.com/forums/showthread.php?t=120817&highlight=sweet+dreamy+purple here].

Current revision as of 15:17, 5 September 2020

Otherwise known as EDP

An Effetre handpulled colour, number 254. Opaque glass that produces a range of lovely purples. Named EDP because of its tendency to devitrify - loose its glassy-ness - when worked in certain temperature zones, you will see the glass go rough looking, it is possible to get rid of the devitrification by heating the glass.

There is a good tutorial on wet canvas about how to work EDP here.

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