TAG-058 Fade to Black Rods

(2 customer reviews)

Fade to Black is a unique striking color that has the ability to flow through shades of black, blue, green, and white as the glass is flame struck. This is a refined version of our earlier experimental batches, and this recipe is the most colorful, stable and compatible yet.


2 reviews for TAG-058 Fade to Black Rods

  1. Kevin Tuttle

    If you’re looking for a tricky color – this is probably the trickiest I’m continuing to learn to date.

    There’s some resources online, but to bring them here:

    As it’s worked, it strikes from black to blue to white. If you lay on dots of clear / color over this color, it will seek towards that strike rapidly. This makes it not too ideal for encasement, so proceed with caution on that front.

    If you love NS-127 I’d say play with this color. Just don’t invest yourself into your first couple/few pieces with it until you learn how it plays. This color’s a whole different beast in terms of its striking nature.

  2. Joe Cattuti

    I use in my solid work, pendants mostly. You don’t have to do much of anything to get the range of colors. Customers are very attracted to the color. If used on a blown piece I never melt it totally in. I haven’t found the mix of gas to matter.

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