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ShinyIndigo
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PostPosted: Mon Nov 30, 2015 1:15 am    Post subject: Powdered Pigment/Paint for orgonite - question about types Reply with quote

Hello,

I did a mass pour for small pieces (about 150) to give out to Trick-or-treaters and my kids' classmates on Halloween and used glitter for coloring and they turned out very pretty and the kids really liked them (and plenty of grown-ups too!).

I'm getting ready for another pour to give out to the kids for winter holidays and for coloring, need to achieve flat white and eggnog (white w/a little brown, I guess) colors.

I've done the 'search' on this forum, as well as internet searching and I've found Pearl Ex powders recommended, but they don't have a flat white, just metallics.

I wasn't sure if white tempera powder (Sargent brand) would work or skew the pieces by diluting the resin because it's much finer than glitter
and then there's white titanium oxide powder which I know is used in cosmetics,

but

I've also read Sensei's posts on nano metal powders being kind of tricky with the energy being "fluttery" and as these pieces are for children, I don't want to give them anything that would not be good for them.

Can anyone give some advice on how to achieve the white without messing with the basic properties of the piece?

I'm going to put aluminum shavings and copper pellets for the metal, and for the crystal layer: clear quartz, amethyst, rose quartz, citrine and blue lace agate (supposed to be good for protecting children especially) and black tourmaline. And to top it all off, a little tibetan silver metal charm with either a dove or one that says "Peace".

Some of the pieces were going to be layers of blue (glitter) and white,
and some pieces were going to be layers of gold (glitter) and eggnog (white w/a little brown) with some small amounts of glitter on top for sparkle.

The others I'm making will be layered of other glitter colors.

So if anyone knows of a good way to achieve the white without skewing the energy I'd appreciate suggestions / brand recommendations very much. Very Happy

Thanks! Very Happy

Here are the ones I handed out on Halloween:
resin, copper pellets, clear quartz, citrine, amethyst, rose quartz:


And here are the ones where I substituted aluminum shavings instead of copper pellets, they didn't look as nice so I painted over them with glitter paint:
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PostPosted: Mon Nov 30, 2015 2:52 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I most definitely remember a thread about white pigment. Have you done your due diligence with Google search terms? I did one using the words white + pigment and came up with 6 entries. If I can find it, you can too.
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PostPosted: Mon Nov 30, 2015 12:51 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I recently had to make something pure white for someone and spent some time experimenting...

Pearl-Ex did not do it... I finally got the white I was looking for with white mica powder though the version I have is slightly sparkly. I am sure it can be found in flat white as well. The only metal that would keep the white looking somewhat white was aluminum - copper and brass change it too dark... I have also seen good whites with just titanium powder.

Happy pouring - sounds like you have some great ideas to manifest Smile

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PostPosted: Tue Feb 09, 2016 7:27 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Try looking up titanium dioxide.
It's a white powder. I never use it as a straight white but to make my other tints pastel toned.
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PostPosted: Tue Feb 09, 2016 10:39 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

What I use to get a nice flat white colour in my pieces is to use a white oil based enamel paint. You only need to use a tiny bit and it comes out as a perfect white, not translucent though. It also covers most of the metal/crystal in the piece except for those bits at the very edges.
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PostPosted: Wed Feb 10, 2016 8:24 pm    Post subject: Pearl EX pigment .75 oz micropeal Reply with quote

I don't know. Pearl EX pigment .75 oz micropeal looks white as heck to me. See my pictures of pyramid under dualityin orgonite photos.
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