A while ago I found a blood red color shift on an Asian site and ordered it. I guess the deep red just tripped my trigger. Usually I prefer color shifts made with white particle, small particle pigments but this just flipped my switch so I bought some.
In the jar this stuff is butt ugly blackish mass but applied over black it comes to life in a huge way. Seen on the back of a black bodied 2 3/4" Fat Fry, this stuff exudes colors like I've never seen in a color shift before. Red to orange to gold to blue to green to purple, all within a few degrees of shift in light angle. Absolutely unreal. My task for today is to try and get a short video of the color shift on the camera so I can post it here....limited tech smarts here.
Seen in this picture one can get an idea of the depth of the red when dry-brushed and by looking closely at the nose end at the top edge orange and gold can be seen wanting to sneak out. Right thru the middle of the color the blue is just beginning to show. 'll note here tat I like the 2 3/4" Fat Fry with a black body for trialing these pigments because the body covers all of the contours that show the shifting colors.
In the picture below one can see the orange, gold and blue coming out better
This new pigment is super fine particle and will spray easily thru my air brush so I'm going to do a black hard body to top coat with this pigment in a clear base to see what I get and will repost a pic of that test. Then maybe this afternoon I'll take time to dink with the phone's camera and get a video of this stuff going thru the shift. I'm hoping it will pan out because this pigment is incredible.