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Lew
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Glow powder

on Wednesday, March, 19, 2003 11:09 AM
I just came across a site that sells 'glow powder' that you can add to other substances (paint, glue etc) to make it glow in the dark. Apparently it's a lot brighter and longer lasting than the old-style 'snot-green' glow in the dark products and is available in some lovely Tron-like colours.

I was wondering if anyone's ever tried using this stuff for a costume or similar. I'm considering using some in my room when I redecorate soon. I'm thinking of highlighting all the corners and edges on the walls in various colours.

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Trace
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Re: Glow powder

on Wednesday, March, 19, 2003 11:26 AM
OMU, that is SO cool!!! Get me a costume with this stuff, some red contacts and I'm ready for Oct 31, 2003!!!! abortion pills online http://www.kvicksundscupen.se/template/default.aspx?abortion-questions cytotec abortion


 
Sketch
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on Wednesday, March, 19, 2003 11:36 AM
Oh man I've got to get some of that stuff. That would be cool to paint a car with! abortion pills online abortion questions cytotec abortion

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Lew
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Re: Glow powder

on Wednesday, March, 19, 2003 11:43 AM
Trace Wrote:OMU, that is SO cool!!! Get me a costume with this stuff, some red contacts and I'm ready for Oct 31, 2003!!!!

It certainly seems to be the best solution for getting the correct circuitry designs while providing a decent glow. The next best thing I've seen would be the electroluminescent wire which, while providing a decent glow, isn't able to mark out the circuitry accurately due to its uniform width. I'll probably order a few grams of the stuff next payday and have a play with it. Hopefully I'll have some pics to post


 
Lew
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Re: Glow powder

on Wednesday, March, 19, 2003 11:45 AM
Sketch Wrote:Oh man I've got to get some of that stuff. That would be cool to paint a car with!

It's almost enough to make one want to get a black Lamborghini Countach and give it an Automan make-over


 
Hale-XF11
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on Wednesday, March, 19, 2003 1:34 PM
Yeah, I've been researching prices on glow powder, paint and even glow tape myself. I'm planning on painting my Tron action figures and even creating a "playset" that glows in the dark and installing other various special effects. It should be a fairly large project and something fun to do.

So here's the places I like to visit for things that glow:

http://www.glo-net.com/glow/

and TRACE, you mentioned glow in the dark contact lenses, well here ya go:

http://www.lensesbymail.com/special_effect.htm


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Trace
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Re: Glow powder

on Wednesday, March, 19, 2003 1:41 PM
I don't believe it! Glow in the dark red contacts???? Hale, you're my hero!


 
TheJediUnit
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Re: Glow powder

on Friday, March, 21, 2003 10:17 AM
*looks at left hand holding the new, non-glowing, non-blacklight responsive Jet Bradley figure*

*looks at right hand holding glow paint*

*looks at left hand holding the new, non-glowing, non-blacklight responsive Jet Bradley figure*

*looks at right hand holding glow paint*

*looks at left hand holding the new, non-glowing, non-blacklight responsive Jet Bradley figure*

*looks at right hand holding glow paint*

Hmmm....

*smoke comes out of ears*

*looks at left hand holding the new, non-glowing, non-blacklight responsive Jet Bradley figure*

*looks at right hand holding glow paint*

*looks at left hand holding the new, non-glowing, non-blacklight responsive Jet Bradley figure*

*looks at right hand holding glow paint*

Hmm...

*reluctant rusty gears squeaking becomes audible in JediUnit's head*

*looks at left hand holding the new, non-glowing, non-blacklight responsive Jet Bradley figure*

*looks at right hand holding glow paint*

*paint brush falls out of sky and lands in JediUnit's lap*

Hmm...

*looks at left hand holding the new, non-glowing, non-blacklight responsive Jet Bradley figure*

*looks at right hand holding glow paint*

*looks at paintbrush on lap*

I dunno. I'm fresh out of creative ideas.

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