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Blacklight Paint and Alternatives

Discussion in 'Scenery, Props, and Rigging' started by ThisbeDrew, Nov 22, 2015.

  1. ThisbeDrew

    ThisbeDrew Member

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    Hello.
    The set designer for our next production wants to explore UV/Blacklight paints. She would like to paint a whole set and use it for one act. I am aware that rosco and wildfire sell those kinds of paints, but I know that they are pretty pricey. Are there any less costly alternatives? How effect are they? How can I make the actors be seen, I know that it has to be pretty dark on stage in order for the Blacklight to pick up the paint.
    Thanks!
     
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