Quantcast

Glow in the Dark

SoapMakingForum

Help Support SoapMakingForum:

LilianNoir

Supporting Member
Joined
Feb 17, 2019
Messages
211
Reaction score
340
Location
Florida
This was for a soap challenge and while it didn't get very many votes and wasn't a super stellar example of the technique in question, I'm quite proud of it. I was less interested in winning and more in seeing if I could pull off a concept.
And I did!
I'm also quite pleased that the photos were taken without fancy equipment OR any post editing(Except crop).

One of the things I love about soap is using it as a platform to express a concept; character, setting, story.

This is what I had tin mind for this soap:

"The Secrets That We Keep"
What shines in the dark when no one else is around?
Scented with a gentle, unassuming, yet seductive sandalwood.

Sometimes, I make soap I don't hate ;)
 

Attachments

Claudette Carignan

Supporting Member
Joined
Feb 10, 2020
Messages
116
Reaction score
97
Location
Halifax
This was for a soap challenge and while it didn't get very many votes and wasn't a super stellar example of the technique in question, I'm quite proud of it. I was less interested in winning and more in seeing if I could pull off a concept.
And I did!
I'm also quite pleased that the photos were taken without fancy equipment OR any post editing(Except crop).

One of the things I love about soap is using it as a platform to express a concept; character, setting, story.

This is what I had tin mind for this soap:

"The Secrets That We Keep"
What shines in the dark when no one else is around?
Scented with a gentle, unassuming, yet seductive sandalwood.

Sometimes, I make soap I don't hate ;)
It’s beautiful 😍
 

LilianNoir

Supporting Member
Joined
Feb 17, 2019
Messages
211
Reaction score
340
Location
Florida
Thanks everyone!! I already have more plans to use the glow mica, although sparingly, in future projects.

@Kiti Williams it's from mad micas! They have a blue and a green glow in the dark. It's white normally.
 

Kiti Williams

Well-Known Member
Joined
Jul 1, 2019
Messages
831
Reaction score
504
Location
Pottstown
Thanks everyone!! I already have more plans to use the glow mica, although sparingly, in future projects.

@Kiti Williams it's from mad micas! They have a blue and a green glow in the dark. It's white normally.

Thank you! I have been searching for some good micas. I bookmarked the site.
 
Top