I recently became interested in working with glow in the dark and UVA reactive paints and pigments. The consistency of glow in the dark paint is unfortunately very grainy, so it can be difficult to do fine detail works. I hope to possibly make my own glow paints in the future.
*UVA Warning: For UVA (black light reactive) pieces, they 'glow' under direct UVA light. *Using a UVA (black) light to view pieces exposes you to small amounts of UVA radiation. UV protective eye wear is advised if you install or use a black light to enhance any of the glow art work.
*The 'glow in the dark' paintings 'charge' best using a
UVA light, but WILL charge and glow after any light exposure, special lighting is not needed.*