I'm really impressed with the red UV pigment that I got in the other day. It goes from an unassuming white powder (kinda looks like flour) to bright red under the black light. It even glows on its own for a short time.
I had planned on mixing it up with some epoxy and making charms or beads for necklaces and bracelets. But, the stuff is crazy expensive for what I had in mind.
Just wondering if anyone has played with Glow Incs UV pigments yet and may have any suggestions on how to use it economically.
I've seen some other projects involving glow powders were people have used glues or sticky sprays in the insides of containers and rolled powder in it. Anyone tried this with the UV Pigments?
I'm thinking of going ahead with the epoxy project and just experimenting with how little pigment it would take to make a good show under a black light as well.
Including a couple of pictures but they really don't do the powder justice.
Thanks in advance!!