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Looked over my old Aurora collection recently, especially after I redid Dracula back in October, and noticed a lot of wear and tear on the Mummy...not to mention it just didn't GLOW IN THE DARK enough for my tastes...plus, my Moebius Mummy kit looks so good, I felt the older generation could use a face lift.

After some putty seam work, some fresh paint and a bit of detailing on the hieroglyphics and a lot of fluorescent paint - BAM!

...here it is.

For the record, I just *love* how the blood just leaps out at ya' in the black light photos...
 

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Great job! These "glow" paints you used? Who makes them? I'd like to give them a try.
Basic fluorescent color paints are readily available at most hobby/arts & crafts stores.

Glow in the dark paint is usually there, too, but sometimes you need to ask for it - i.e.: well hidden! :freak:

I usually use water based acrylics, FYI.
 

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Definatly different! I have a Glow Dracula that I kept the original Glow Plastic on. Didn't give him the glow bats, but left the face and hands.
 
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