Singular Passion Rod - Glass Alchemy
Working Tip: Get this color white hot to erase the striking history. A variety of effects are achievable depending on how long you flame/kiln strike.
Artist Description by Mike Shelbo:
Closest in result to Warm Yellow, this exquisite Revolution 33 graduate is the opalescent yellow I have waited for. Where continuously working Warm Yellow will yield you light blues and purples, Singular Passion will go from transparent to opalescent or milky in color, but stays in the golden and white-ish yellow range of color. The result is gorgeous. I tend to like the results of Singular Passion best after a sculpture, either hollow or solid, has been worked in the flame for an hour or longer. Kiln striking at 1050 F or higher will shift the color when its is allowed to soak for a duration of time.
Ratings & Reviews
Nice subtle silver strike
by Alan R -
I find this color to blend with other colors well. When mixed in with whites you can get a nice ivory color absent from the borosilicate palette. Not as playful or colorful as double/triple passion but does have its uses. Can be encased without worry and can kiln strike to add effect. try experimenting with this as it's saturation makes it perfect for mixing with other colors.
Perfect for teeth
by Russ H -
I use this color for glass fangs, teeth and eyes. Works nicely in a neutral flame. It's a wonderful opaque color, the more it's worked the more bluish green transparent color starts popping out. I try not to work it to much so I get a very uniform color with a consistent look to it. It's easy to work with and makes some wicked looking teeth and eyes!!!