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Shot in true light, no altering. Orange is from a tiny LED spot I use.

Shot in true light, no altering. Orange is from a tiny LED spot I use.

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How do you get such a great glow? It always seems that I have to use a ton of black lights in order to get a really great effect. Thanks
 

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Thank you all! Bottles were fun to make.
Coolwhip12198- it's not always about the black light you use but how certain materials will react to it. I test everything with my pocket black light. The anatomy drawings are printed on basic printer paper and tea stained to age. The "drips" are splatters of Atomic Glow from Steve Spangler Science and the intense glow behind the bottles are orange and green tiny led lights. The best black lights I've used are large fluorescents that fit in those huge fixtures you usually see in warehouses and that's what I use. Fixtures are cheap and the white casing reflects the black light back down on your scene. Since this was set up in my garage, hanging such fixtures are easy.
 

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