What about liquid Rit dye? Use it the same way as powder dye? Is liquid Rit more concentrated?
I was wondering if one could use the liquid dye as a sort of a paint instead of dunking the hole disc in a dye solution. Just your thought on this.
i havnt been feeling well since we played in the rain at lumberton ive been coughing and puking all week . i dont krow if i am going to make it to mazarick saturday. iam going to take some more meds maybe ill make it. maybe. ill call you friday night.
i wont tell anybody ;) well can you tell me if these thoughts r correct?? i should use the powder and make almost a paste, then use something like a thicker saran wrap instead of saran wrap? I'll figure it out eventually, just don't want to waste plastic to do it. how about this do you put the dye on the disc or the disc in the dye? if you could message me any help without giving away your secret, i would appreciate it! or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org for confidentiality. not gonna sell my discs, just do it for my personal pleasure.
hey tino i say some of your dyes, very nice. i saw that you did some suran wrap effects, with good results. i have tried it a couple times but ended up screwing up some awsome dye jobs! im sick of ruinin good work, what is your process step by step if you could enlighten me i would be very grateful!
Thanks for the quick response.
Ok...I was wondering about one color over the top of another. I'll do as you suggested and mask it twice. Also thanks for the tip on which type of plastic is best. I know D plastic is a non-no for sure. Is Z plastic ok?
First...great designs you have.
Secondly...I'm laying the ground work for a disk design now. So..If I dyed a clear disc yellow (the total disc), and the second dye color (over the yellow dye) was red ...would the red design come out red or orange?