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Glass Painting-See Through Your Art: step by step guide how to start and paint your art on a glass.

Kasia Banasiak, photographer

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4 Videos (22m)
    • Welcome

      1:12
    • Glass paints and tools

      9:00
    • How to paint on a glass

      4:42
    • Examples and class Ptoject

      6:53

About This Class

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Hi everyone,

For all of those who took classes from watercolors and would like to try painting on a glass, it shouldn't be hard to enjoy this technique too.

If you are addicted to buying those little, cute, handmade things for your house, guess what? You can make it yourself. you don't need much. you can simply start from few colors and the outliner.

In this class, I'm going to go through the tools you need but also different painting techniques.In this class, we are going to start and learn how to paint simple shapes on a glass but also how to transfer your art pieces into the glass suface. I'm going to show you that using simple shapes you can beautifully decorate glass items at your house.

This class is for anyone who would like to learn different painting techniques but also for those who love decorating, like I do :D

So don't be afraid and start watching NOW!

5 of 5 students recommendSee All

I really enjoyed this class. Glass painting is more accessible than I had thought and I love the effects with light shining through the paint.
Ron Masa

Psychologist, Artist and Educator

Great class Kasia! Everything is very well explained!
Eléna Leprêtre

Crochet Designer&Teacher& Food Lover

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Kasia Banasiak

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I have been photographing since 2007, that's when I decided to move to the UK and explore. Photography has always been my love, however, at the very beginning, I wasn't great. I was trying to learn how to become a professional photographer and develop my own style then, after few years of self-teaching, I've graduated from the NYIP...

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