Really Teally Rod - Glass Alchemy
Working Tip: Work this color in a neutral flame. Garage at 975° F, anneal at 1050° F.
Artist Description by Mike Shelbo
This color is a what you see is what you get opaque and falls inline between Peacock and Agua Azul. The characteristics of working this color are just what you would expect from Agua Azul. It has a slight stiffness at first when melting but like the others, it melts easily and smoothly. It will hold up well in stringers and thin blown applications. When blown and stretched thin enough Really Teally will become translucent and allow light to pass through it. Really Teally can be used with or without encasement in clear. Building up solid sections for sculptural bits shows how well the color melts into itself and also how well it holds heat.
Really Teally is workable in all flame settings and can handle intense spot heats without concern of sublimation or boil. For getting the most bang for your buck with this color you can sandwich it between clear layers for blown and solid applications and still yield the same density and look of color in your finished piece. This color compliments the rest of the opaque blue and green palette, and contrasts extremely well with Rasta Gold.
Ratings & Reviews
by Mike H -
This is a great color. Right in the middle of the GA creamy blue / green spectrum. Basically a little darker shade of agua azul and not quite as dark as peacock. Works well for fades in between those two colors. As with agua azul, this color looks great with many other colors. A creamy color to work. I haven't experienced any problems with it in any application.