Glassblowing for Beginners

Course Description

Learn about glassblowing from pros Todd Hansen and Ed Donovan in these Howcast videos.

Glassblowing for Beginners
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Video Lectures & Study Materials

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# Lecture Play Lecture
1 Introduction to Glassblowing Play Video
2 What Tools Do You Need? Play Video
3 How to Find a Class Play Video
4 How to Find a Job Play Video
5 How to Pick a Kit Play Video
6 How to Rent a Studio Play Video
7 Where Is the Best Glassblowing Museum? Play Video
8 How Much Do Glassblowing Artists Make? Play Video
9 Is Glassblowing School Necessary? Play Video
10 How to Use a Blow Pipe Play Video
11 6 Tips, Tricks & Techniques Play Video
12 How to Shape Glass Play Video
13 4 Glory Hole Tips Play Video
14 How to Use Puffers & Steam Sticks Play Video
15 How to Use Tweezers to Shape Glass Play Video
16 How to Use Jacks & Pacioffis Play Video
17 How to Use Diamond & Straight Shears Play Video
18 How to Get Started Play Video
19 History of Glassblowing Play Video
20 What is Glass Art? Play Video
21 History of Handblown Glass Play Video
22 Can Glassblowing Be Done at Home? Play Video
23 Glassblowing Safety Play Video
24 How Hot Does the Glass Get? Play Video
25 How to Pick Supplies Play Video
26 How to Dress for Class Play Video
27 How to Marver Glass Play Video
28 How to Decorate Handblown Glass Play Video
29 How to Use Newspaper as Heat Protection Play Video
30 How to Handle Hot Handblown Glass Play Video
31 How to Handle Fallen Molten Glass Play Video
32 How to Color Handblown Glass Play Video
33 How to Use Blocks & Paddles Play Video
34 How to Blow Glass with Todd Hansen Play Video
35 How to Blow Glass with Ed Donovan Play Video


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