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Liquid UV Paint for Batik

Ratamahata


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Posted : Nov 15, 2004 20:14
I'm looking for UV Paint for batik with resist lines (like those banners from Bali - Space Tribe UV wallhangings, etc..)

Wich paint they use? it must be thin and liquid (not acrilyc)
Rik
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Posted : Nov 18, 2004 12:33
please do let me know when you find this product!!! I've been looking for this myself recently and haven't found a suitable product.... pigment + varnish also didn't work because it hardens to much (to the point where i could break the fabric).           www.psytracks.com :: Brand new website for sharing your psytracks with the world. Get a free 250Mb Artist profile, Blog and events calender!
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hoffman angels


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Posted : Nov 19, 2004 01:29
contact me,maybe i can do something .i think i can get the one you use for the shirts,contact space tribe,i think they will help you.
Ratamahata


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Posted : Nov 20, 2004 03:26
When I asked space tribe, they said that they live on Bali Island, and it's everywhere there )) (I mean the paint

Some time ago I used german paint "Javana" - its very good - liquid, remains fabric soft, but colors are not very bright.

Now I'm trying to use "Jacquard" textile paint, thinned with water - I'll tell you about results later.



daya


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Posted : Nov 20, 2004 18:56
batik ink needs a batik process. it's not simply apply and dry. the ink needed to be locked with somekind of stuff. it's actaly just using the uv powder and water, but if you wash them means you will say goodbye to the artwork. not to mention af layering the separator (wax). If don't worry about the ink to spread all over (like abstract or "tiedie" , you don't need waxing proces. but still need to lock them. I just forgot the name of stuff (its a soaking and boiling process), not so environment friendly tho'. The acrylic airbrus paint quite good to use for apply and dry process. Thats what I use for my projects ( www.dayavision.50megs.com ) But some other opinion maybe different such this javana sounds good and new to me.           founder http://www.enkienterprise.com
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Ratamahata


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Posted : Nov 27, 2004 22:46
pfff...... still looking for good liquid and _cheap_ paint for batik...

i've found only 3 kinds of UV paint, that may be used for UV batik: "Javana" (the most soft after drying and very liquid but not very bright), "Pebeo Setacolor" and "Jacquard Textile" (they are bright, but thick - not liquid, though you can thin them with water, and they hardens the fabric after drying - but not very much)

BUT this paints are expensive if you want to make BIG banner. You'll loose $20-$30 for a UV paint for One 2M x 2M banner.

if banners from bali are SOOooo cheap, (I saw $5-$10 prices for one 2M x 1.2M banner) - it means the uv paint costs nothing there

I've found that Moonwalkers from Bali also use a good&soft uv paint...
http://www.mwbali.com

I saw their banners in real life - they are great.

I suggest just to contact them - or - contact guys from space tribe and ask them to send us some paint

we can send them a money by western union or bank transfer.

it's the easiest way, because it seems like there is no good uv paint for batik in europe

Ratamahata


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Posted : Nov 27, 2004 22:56
PS:
look here - these two banners I've made with "Javana" UV paint - I know they looks bright on the pics, but they are not so in the real life...

though they are very bright under UV light

http://www.telesib.ru/~elena/t_uv1.jpg
http://www.telesib.ru/~elena/t_uv3.jpg
Ratamahata


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Posted : Nov 27, 2004 23:16
wait wait wait...

I've found some interesting link!!!

look:
1) http://www.prochemical.com/catalog/liquiddecorator.htm

!!! I think that's what we looked for! look on the bottom of page - Llliquuuuiddddd "Neon" colors!

2) http://www.prochemical.com/catalog/colorconcentrates.htm

may be this too, but it seemd to me that this these textile paint is too thick... but may be not!

Ratamahata


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Posted : Nov 28, 2004 00:26
and there is instructions how to make *THIN* (!!!) textile paint from powder or concentrated-in-water pigments:

http://www.prochemical.com/directions/ColorConcentrates.htm

so we can just buy their "Lo Crock Binder" and "PROfab Base Extender" and then make the paint by adding some powder uv pigments!

rik, you said you know where to buy powder uv pigments - could you give me the link?
Ratamahata


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Posted : Nov 28, 2004 02:38
and
many many many UV paints, dyes, pigments here
http://www.riskreactor.com
Rik
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Posted : Dec 1, 2004 19:00
damn... and i just sold all my pigment and fabric           www.psytracks.com :: Brand new website for sharing your psytracks with the world. Get a free 250Mb Artist profile, Blog and events calender!
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Ratamahata


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Posted : Dec 1, 2004 19:50
rik, did you buy your pigments at http://www.brodies.net/ ?

It seems they have the most low prices for fluro pigments - are their pigments really bright?
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