Camouflage is an incredible peat moss color with a hint of gray. The opaque glass begins to show webbing when repeatedly heated and prolonged working. The "webbing" which occurs is similar in nature to the antique effect found in Effetre Ivory, where the gloss tends to separate through the flamework process. No shocking or bubbling occurred during testing.
Amphibian is a pale slate green. This opaque glass has strong undertones of gray. The glass does not exhibit a large amount of gloss striations. Easy to sculpt and shape, the glass didn't bubble or shock during the test process.