But naturally we would do this Pink Floyd classic with a bit of a spin- we call ours Warped Side of the Moon-
This gives us an opportunity to discuss Spectrum's two fusible whites. You see, they make a 200 white which is solid and dense in colour. It's ok, but a little too dead for our liking. It also is a colour that can be sometimes problematic with devitrification. Whereas the 209 white is just as white in reflected light but has a real nice 'ghosty' look to it due to it being about half as dense so it transmit as much light as it reflects. Makes for a more lively and warmer white!? And it is much easier to cut as you can see below.
Back to the art, we cut the (warped) triangle-
and through some trial and error (and maybe a bit of scotch) did an ok job replicating the feathered edge and dense centre-
We then fired the triangle on its own-
and then placed it on a already fired blank of SPBlack Aventurine capped with SPClear THICK (5mm)-
The extra thickness was necessary as the finished piece is quite large. A really nice touch is to lay up the design elements (rainbow, triangle, etc) on top of the thick clear as this gives it some extra depth as it looks like it is floating above the Aventurine base-
And remember- analog rules! Play vinyl...