Big news! For the first time in over half a decade, Rahdo and I will NOT be at Essen Spiel! But never fear…you can still get your Gamer Glass there! Thanks to the assistance of Rahdo’s superfan Gabby, and the
Back in April I bought a whole bunch of yummy Italian glass (quite a lot of it with no identification labels), but hadn’t really had a chance to get torching with it until last month! Turns out it’s definitely a different
Hey everybody! I’m in England right now experimenting with meeple themed glass pieces, and I’ve got a question for y’all. I’d like to know which backdrop for the meeples is more popular: black or white.
…in my Etsy shop, for those interested =) Here are the new Gleeples in one tidy listing The WITWIT are listed individually, but here is a link to one to get ya in the vicinity. Many thanks! PS if
Rahdo and I held the drawing for the winner of the 4 Skulls on Saturday! It’s shown at the beginning of our first Live Play session if you’d like to see the excitement (and you can also see me modelling the white
Just got home last night and today I’ve been unpacking my newest toys…er, tools and glass…I’m so stoked! The people at the airline check-in counter couldn’t believe a small roll-on cabin-size bag could weigh 50 pounds, but this, ladies and
I’ve got some lovely new hearts up on my Etsy store, in good time for Valentine’s (or Just-because) presents. Here is the link to them! I’m going to be heading to the USA to visit family during February, so if
After that dragontude yesterday, I’m relieved to be back in the land of cute and cuddly. It is interesting to discover what I’m comfortable with and what makes me feel a little off kilter. Even in an inanimate object! And,
I’ve been glassing up a storm to have a lovely lot of glass to show y’all in the flesh at Essen Spiel next week! There will be DRAGONS, DINOS, my brand new DINO EGGS, as well as some Dragon EGGS.
How nice to wake up, open the kiln and find these lovelies all ready for their bath. I like to let them soak for a little while to rehydrate the bead-release (a clay-like slurry you dip the mandrel in before