Savannah wrote:It sounds freaky & wrong, so you need to do it.
trilobyte wrote:Good info to know. One question though, was your choice of a 110 mesh screen because of the material you were using, or is it necessary for the mix of ink & glow powder?
junglesmacks wrote:Wondering how much it had to do with the necessary "charging up" with sunlight in order to glow.
You know..another option may be to use day glo/black light resistant inks combined with a few UV LEDs..
You've seen workinonit's glo face paint highlighted by a small collar of UV LEDs around his neck? Sick sick sick. Saw it in person finally and tripped. So cool..
trilobyte wrote:I've been on the lookout for a nice UV glow or invisible-yet-UV reactive fabric paint/pen/treatment for a while, but so far no luck. Back in my first year, I saw someone with a really rad dress that looked normal by day or under regular lighting (no glow in the dark paint/dye marks), but when exposed to UV all these patterns emerged. The effect was incredibly cool. I asked her about it, and she said she made it, and drew the designs herself on a dress that she liked. One of these days I'll figure out how she managed to do it.
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