These are just beautiful! Got two goo-kit questions.
One, do all of you who've tried these think that a lamp with white/clear goo kit fill would show colors (like the Russian lava lamps) if put in a bottle that has colored sections painted on the bottom?
Two, is there a thread anywhere discussing the process of setting up, coloring and filling with a goo kit, so I have an idea of how difficult the process would be?
Wile E., your blue/clear is spectacular! Is there a way to keep that jewel-like transparent lava look?
Hear is a couple of my latest Gookit creations.
My blue Jet (thanks peat for the base).
My lavander 16oz'er - this was oranglie my jellie been lamp ( http://oozinggoo.ning.com/photo/p1020205?context=user ) project but after the beans went bad I deciced to make a entirley new lamp out of it.
I was planning on slowly adding all the dye so it would look almost black but I really like it like this. It's a very deep, dark purple. I used 55ml of sufactant the tutorial calls for and the flow is perfect. This Grande does have the 2 coils.
I want to thank Dr What for the tutorial it made the job much easier and I couldn't be happier with the lamp.
So many colors so little money.
Thats true - espshlie if you only doing grande's - it realy has to be somthing that you know will work beceuse you litteray can't afford to mess it up.