How To Paint Glass Tanjore Painting

Yasoda Kannan IV

Step 5

I finished by giving the background color for the picture. Let it dry. 

Viewing Side (Front Side) of the Painting

Step 6


Choose traditional frame for tanjore paintings on glass. I’ll frame it after two days of drying and pasting some aluminium foil(0.2 mm thickness which used as chocolate wrappings) over the glass colors wherever I applied the glass colors, just for the glittering effect. This time I just covered wholly with foil. Apply the glue only on the sides where its given acrylic colors. Now mostly I replace glass colors with 3D colors, that wont require any foil behind them to reflect. 

Next see you with Framed Work….

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  5. Hi Ahila , i do painting on glass as well but using relief , i found your method really interesting and i want to try it but there are many things are unclear regarding your techniques as the method of copying the design on glass by ink pen and kind of colors and how to add it specially when i tried to used ink pens before despite the art shop confirm it wont go away from glass when i add glass colors on it it start to melt, so can you add more details about copying the design phase beside clarifying the colors types and the method used to add them ?

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