Messy Color™ Macaw Ltd Run

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Macaw Ltd Run (511206)<br />A transparent orange.

A transparent orange.




"If you wanted some variability and were going for a fire-opal look - I think this is worth playing with. I see no signs of browning or liveriness, and I don't see it going cloudy either, although, this is hardly a fair test of that." Read more at DragonJools blog. – Dwyn Tomlinson

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Macaw base layered with dots of Effetre Dark Ivory and Vetrofond's Orange Punch; Double Helix Aurae highlights
Darlene Collette
Messy Macaw Ltd Run
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Messy Macaw Ltd Run
Gloria Sevey

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"If you wanted some variability and were going for a fire-opal look - I think this is worth playing with. I see no signs of browning or liveriness, and I don't see it going cloudy either, although, this is hardly a fair test of that." Read more at DragonJools blog.
Dwyn Tomlinson
"At first glance, this glass is easy confuse with Tandoori – both being bright transparent colours in the CiM palette. However, after the beads came out of the kiln, it was very apparent that they behave differently after firing. Macaw, although dense and transparent in rod format, cools to a deep vibrant orange/red colour."
Liz DeLuca
“I found this glass to be a bit temperamental like most striking glass. It was easier to strike when there was a heavy surface of the glass as opposed to striking tiny dots which was extremely difficult. Any pains along the way were worth it to see these beautiful results. It's a glorious transparent red, neither too blue nor too orange.”
Gail Witt
Macaw with TAG Tibet.
Sue Stewart