See, someone on the internet already had to try it, lol.
It was a while ago. Seconded with the powders not dissolving well.
DavidRosenfeld 2017-03-05 18: I use epoxy dye with great result. I tried the Alumalite black to test. Frew 2017-03-07 16: I tried a bit of glow-in-the-dark powder that ended up settling to the sides of the tank.
You would have to play around with the amount needed. Is there any way to augment the powdered additive to replicate the epoxy dye?
If there is a lime green RIT dye, you could try it.Preview - Stephen Quiller's Painting Workshop: Acrylic Landscapes
FL did a write-up a while ago with dye and oils to make the models smell good. I think it was dye for epoxy.
I think the problem is that they are water based. The base color did dye the resin but the results were eh at best.
Curious to see any results with liquid or epoxy based dyes epoxies were used for the scratch and sniff tutorial. Frew 2017-03-06 17: DavidRosenfeld 2017-03-05 20: The Rit dye I used were in powder form. Best and easiest to just grab an epoxy based dye. Light Gathering Acrylics Effect Experimental. Does anyone know of any additives that we could use with the clear resin to create light gathering effects similar to this?