The Making of the Glencairn Methuselah Window: Page 28

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5th Now give the glass a knock or two against the table - this will make this water run a little leaving clear spaces

6 Do all these things on the front – then let the paint dry –

7th spatter water over the paint, now spatter Backing mixed with a good deal of thin turpentine – this will immediately spread where it touches the water making the film a little more dense.

<note - there is no step 8>

9th Put a little Backing around the outside of the glass on the Back

10 Put a little Olive Texture in the front around the edges.

You ought to be able to see through this dimly and a little more clearly in places.

See next page for description of white for Radagonde panel.

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