Oozing Goo - The Lava Lamp Syndicate

Today's work.

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But I think the paraffin is moving a little strange.

Here's the video.

https://youtu.be/hqYC_Zik6Ds

Like molten metal.

Anyone who wants to know the contents, I can share.
Waiting for your suggestions.

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Sharpie metallic markers?

I used " Pebeo Huile d'Art Oil Paint 276 Silver "

The oil paint is soluble in the wax. Therefore I preferred.


Claude J said:

Sharpie metallic markers?

Congratulations, those are some pretty nice results! Has the motion changed after braking in for awhile?  Either way I'd say you definitely should be proud of your results.  Good work!

Thank you James K. I did not exactly understand "Has the motion changed after braking in for awhile?" Can you explain, please. Sorry, my English is not very good.

James K. said:

Congratulations, those are some pretty nice results! Has the motion changed after braking in for awhile?  Either way I'd say you definitely should be proud of your results.  Good work!

Another way to ask the question is, how does the lamp flow after running it several times over the past few weeks.

Tevfik Dogruman said:

Thank you James K. I did not exactly understand "Has the motion changed after braking in for awhile?" Can you explain, please. Sorry, my English is not very good.

James K. said:

Congratulations, those are some pretty nice results! Has the motion changed after braking in for awhile?  Either way I'd say you definitely should be proud of your results.  Good work!

Thank you Keith now I get it. I've been trying since I made the lamp. Still same. But there is contamination on the glass surface due to oil paint.

Keith said:

Another way to ask the question is, how does the lamp flow after running it several times over the past few weeks.

Tevfik Dogruman said:

Thank you James K. I did not exactly understand "Has the motion changed after braking in for awhile?" Can you explain, please. Sorry, my English is not very good.

James K. said:

Congratulations, those are some pretty nice results! Has the motion changed after braking in for awhile?  Either way I'd say you definitely should be proud of your results.  Good work!

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