Dark Star wrote:...quality UV paints. ...
BBump wrote:WOW I didn't even know a UV LED was produced. Let me clarify... I didn't know a LED could produce a UV ray at enough intensity to be realized. I don't know the planned candlepower output on the LEDs that you are planning to use. But I would imagine that you can use a 'superbright' white LED and use a 'wood filter' in front of it. There are a couple of light filters called 'lighting gels' made by companies such as Rosco. I know of one in particular R85 will produce a black light or fluorescent effect.
Dark Star wrote:I've been looking for a source for quality UV paints. At my local theatrical store they are quite expensive for a small amount... as is what I've found online. Considering the area I need to cover less expensive source is desired. Got any leads?
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