Lay out and cut stencils and trace designs on glassware for etching.
What does a Mark-Up Designer do?
Lays out and cuts stencils and traces designs on glassware for etching or grinding: Sketches design on cardboard with drafting instruments, following blueprints. Cuts out designs along lines, using razor blade or knife. Positions stencil on glass and brushes stenciling ink over stencil to transfer design onto glass or positions glass over stencil and traces design on glass with china-marking pencil or brush pen. Draws freehand design on glass when limited number of one design is to be etched or ground. May immerse glassware in acid bath before tracing design.