Learn how to use our colors. We have four main types of colors, Reducing, Striking, Neutral and Technical. The label on your rod is marked with an N, R, S, or T. Technical glasses, do not need reducing or striking, but they do have special working notes. There are also 2 subcategories, Rs/Rx= reset then reduce, and R/S =reducing or striking.
For general information READ:
- Our Color Chart Poster
- Double Helix Glasswork’s Glossary
- Master Glass List
- Reverse Master Glass List
For Reducing Colors READ:
- Working with Reduction Colors
- Hayley Tsang Sather and Helen Tsang’s Triton and Psyche Tutorial
- Hayley Tsang Sather and Helen Tsang’s Pearlescent Tutorial
- Jed Hannay’s How to Make a Glass Icicle Ornament on Snapguide
- Jed Hannay’s How to Luster a Scrollwork Bead in a Brush Reduction Flame on Snapguide.
- Jed Hannay’s How to Make a Pearlescent Bead Using Double Helix Phaeton on Snapguide.
- Jed Hannay’s How to Make Hot Pink Beads with Rhea, Phoebe, and Zephyr on Snapguide.
- Practing Reduction with Triton
- Reducing Iris
- Iaso Reduction Sequence
- Boreas Reduced and Encased
- Reducing and Encasing Okeanos
For Striking Colors Read:
- Working with Striking Colors
- Hayley Tsang Sather and Steph Bonniewell’s Luna Tutorial
- Jed Hannay’s How to Make a Skiron and Aether Bead on Snapguide
- Jed Hannay’s How to Make a Tapestry Bead using Double Helix Skylla on Snapguide.
- Pandora2 Guide
For Technical Colors Read
New in 2020, you can also take an online class with Hayley Tsang Sather, Explore the Magic of Silver Glass. You can pick up a discounted student bundle from us before the class and you’ll get a coupon for 10% off your order after the class.