Bullseye frits are made from crushed, screened and magnetically cleaned Bullseye Compatible sheet glass.
Powder has a grain size similar to flour and has the most varied uses. Colouring frit to achieve colour gradation, painterly use on top of sheet glass or making "wafers" for high detailed components in fusing or casting - and many more exciting options.
Although termed an opal due to its almost total lack of light transmission, this is (in terms of its composition) actually a transparent glass.
Color can shift slightly from blue to purple under different light.
Color appears bluest in small amounts. As is true with many frits & powders, when firing Blue Black accessory glasses on sheet glass, the base color can impact the overall color. We’ve noticed that Blue Black is more likely to appear blue when fired on clear and white glasses as well as lighter cool colors. It is more likely to have a black hue when fired over warm colors, even in small amounts.