To watch me color this themed art for my good friends Quotation Marks and Alkali Bismuth. I hope you enjoy. If you do please click the like and subscribe buttons. You rock!
I played with glitter for 2 hrs yesterday and here are the results.
These 5 are black light reactive. The apricot, yellow, and paw print are black light glitter. The blue is black light ink blended into the glue instead of water.
In this ornament I was trying to hide a paw print. I had neon green and pea green glitter. It isn’t perfect but I like it.
This is all but one of the ornaments. The one was a complete fail. The pride color swirl ornament also had issues staying together from yr glue.
Over all I really enjoyed the Arteza glitter. The black light glitters all reacted to the black light. I used a few glues. The best for details was the clear Elmer’s w no watering down. The best for the general coverage is the modge podge with a bit of water to make it thin enough. There was a good one that was made for glitter but it was actually runnier than I thought was useful.
Of course how you define black and white is really up to you 😉
P.s. I know it’s just defined as ink but blk and white is a stretch for me.
I’m really enjoying the creative use of no color.
So it’s not dark enough to get the full effect but I think y’all can see evil flowers ahhhhhh.