Glass is a wonderful canvas to paint upon. This form of art requires immense interest and determination. Glass is sometimes replaced by OHP sheet in order to reduce the weight of the work. OHP sheet is Transparent like a glass and serves justice in replacing the glass by this material. OHP sheet is lighter, easier to work with and tension free of any damage or breakage. Artisan keeps all the things and materials ready for painting before the process is started. Artisan decides on the design and draws it on a plain sheet or sometimes take a printout of the design to the required size. Artisan traces the design on to the glass or OHP sheet with the help of the glass liner. After the complete design is illustrated on the glass, it is left to dry for around fifteen minutes. Artisan attests the design and assures whether the design is dried to continue with the painting process. Glass colors water based are used in making the design colorful. The design is divided according to the colors thought to be composed onto the glass. The artisan fills the color with the paint tube itself and it consumes around fifteen minutes to dry. The paint tube itself acts like a brush where the color is squeezed onto to the glass and then spread with the same tube. The nozzle of the tube is smooth and round in surface to spread the color accordingly. A waste cotton cloth is kept aside the artisan in order to clean the paint dried on the nozzle of the tubes. The glass colors comes in ten shades in a box pink, green, blue and other bright colors in twenty five ml quantity. Sometimes air bubbles occurs after the painting is done which is then busted with the help of safety pin. Glitters are also used in highlighting the painting which embellishes the work. Glitters are applied once the filled color paint is dried. The color paints are translucent thus the painting can be watched from the both sides of the glass. After the painting is completed it is given for framing and the painting is ready to display. Sometimes in frame the OHP sheet is given support with a background of cardboard sheet or Ivory mount to make the painting look more pleasant.