Messy Color™ Whisper Ltd Run

511903 - Sold Out

Whisper Ltd Run (511903)<br />A pale opal pink.

A pale opal pink.




"Whisper is a pale opal pink with tones of gray. When layered over a transparent such as Trapeze, the subtle opalino will take on the hue of the base color and render a lovely stippled texture [as can be seen in 'Cloudscape' on the right-hand side of the vessel, above the Gypsy detail]." – Heather Sellers

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Messy Whisper
Kim Fields
Ink Blot base with Whisper petals
Jolene Wolfe
Messy Whisper, rolled in fine silver foil and sprinkled with Glass Diversions Sugar Plum Fairy frit
Darlene Collette

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 “Whisper is a translucent, moonstone-type glass, that sucks up the light. [Not to be confused with Effetre's Whisper.] Held up right under a light, it is a pleasant enough warmish light ... non-descript colour. I don't know - paleish pink. But mostly it just looks scorched to me.” Read more at DragonJools blog.
Dwyn Tomlinson
"It stays far more opaque than expected – again, the body is over clear and has a bit more misty translucence, but the lips are opaque enough not to let the teeth show through [which is good as it can look kinda scary!]." Read more at Heather's blog.
Heather Kelly
"Whisper is a pale opal pink with tones of gray. When layered over a transparent such as Trapeze, the subtle opalino will take on the hue of the base color and render a lovely stippled texture [as can be seen in 'Cloudscape' on the right-hand side of the vessel, above the Gypsy detail]."
Heather Sellers
"Whisper is a sweet pale opal lilac that gave some lovely subtle webbed surface effects when I used it with my brass heart press. It is a little paler than Thistledown and more opaque than Bubblebath.   For comparison, the hearts in this first picture are [from top to bottom]Thistledown, Whisper and lastly Bubblebath." Read more at Kitzbitz Art Glass' blog.
Jolene Wolfe