Three Painted Glasses Placed On The Table

With a few materials, anyone and everyone could start working with crafts. The difficulty level often varies from amateur to professional, depending on the materials to work rather than the skills within a person. To begin glass painting, one needs only a beginner’s knowhow of brushes, paints and glass materials. If you have expertise in using these, then it is an added benefit on your pathway to perfection. The easy availability of these materials makes it a breeze to begin this as a hobby of passion, now more than ever. All that is requisite is motivation, guidance, and a spur to start.

Few Designs To Work With

According to science, human beings have the ability only to recreate what has been observed already. From tried and tested experiments, artists have perfected that the best objects to create art forms are our surroundings. So, in a quest to find inspiration to begin glass paintings, one should start from simple objects around us in plenty. You are right! The first thing that came into your mind was right “Flowers” wasn’t it? They have symmetry, simplicity or plenty of colours as and when needed. Now depending on the availability of colours, you can quickly narrow down into a flower to begin creating an art prowess.

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Floral designs are the simplest to begin, and it does not emphasize the importance of accuracy. The unevenness of a flower petal and the trait of being uniquely different helps as much in the randomness of the design. If your heart doesn’t feel at home with flower designs, need not worry as we are exploring another easy design. Just take a brush and point a few dots nearby as a pattern. If you keep this up and repeat the same template around the glass surface, this would give a better-looking glass design.

Start on something small and easy to work in hand, like a wine glass, for example. This would give you enough practice to work on the small area of a glass surface closely. Use the right mix of colours to provide a subtle element of design with minimalism to avoid monotony. Glassware could become brilliant pieces of decorative done at home. From dots, flowers and butterflies, to abstract would be a few ideas to sit around and build a theme up. Design an underlying theme and work it up towards completion. That would be an excellent way to improve your skills on the whole.

Multi Colored Glasses Painted And Placed On The Table.

From Abstract To Silica

The design element is slightly influenced by the application of the glass as well. Cups are an ideal beginners trial object. Start with dots and flowers; work your way up to butterflies and intricate patterns that would help in your glass painting adventure. Once you have selected a design to begin, let’s hunt for the perfect object. Wine glasses, as we discussed previously, are an excellent place to start being very dull and symmetric. To add a bit of mystery into the design, stained glass cups could do a lot in messing with the colour background. This escalates the entire experience of crafting as well as using the artwork.

Another subject to which intricate detailing and design elements could be applied is the candle burner. Filled with wax and a wick or even holders for candles, these are often worked in shapes that reminisce an era of the classics. Once you up to your game with smooth strokes and minuscule detailing, you may move on to complex shapes such as these glass candle holders. With the advent of French windows and doors incorporating huge glass pieces, the area of design and decoration are increasing manifold. Even the sunroofs in the kids’ room could have a lovely pattern embossed. Using acrylic paints could colour up the sunlight passing into the room.

Moving on to abstract designs would be useful in case you want to experiment. It could be with an initial idea or to play around colours for the fun of it. Abstract themes could be any pattern without continuity, or a beginning and end for that matter. It spreads beyond shape borders and colour rules; you could go crazy with the colours and still end up having a masterpiece. Animal colours like tiger stripes or leopard spots are something that could be real ice-breakers when you have young members of the family at a gathering over at your place!

Two Glasses Painted Like Green Leaves.

Presenting The Present

As wise men have put it “making art is half the work”. Although incomplete and leaves one in wonder what the other half would be, it taciturnly refers to the “making it presentable” part. Now, glass painting crafts are decorative, yes. But they could apply to numerous practical situations ranging from concealed cups to windows shades. Having the same theme run over the window designs could give uniformity to the home. While adding a wildcard into the design on each instance would give the audience something to smile about. Even a plain glass design would adorn at its best on a textured wall.

Spiritual elements could be incorporated into the sun windows. If you could try your hand at depicting significant memories into glass painting, it could shine with the sunlight. If for all else, try penning down a few words of wisdom in opaque colours over a brighter shade of background drop. It could make itself look like a piece of plaque made in glass and could be placed as a wall hanging, or even above the door hangings. As a further learning opportunity, try using the glass material just like you would on a paper canvas. This could help in converting your already sharp creative skills into a new environment.

Portraits of deities, stories, the glorification of memoirs, all are a lot of building blocks for design themes. Try to be inclusive of as many details as possible. The amount of time and craft that you invest in your work will reflect in the output quality. Do not hesitate to mess around with distinctive colours. Have a go at mix and match and push yourselves beyond ordinary.

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