Messy Color™ Green Lantern Ltd Run

511423 - Sold Out

Green Lantern Ltd Run (511423)<br />A green moonstone that is difficult to strike.

A green moonstone that is difficult to strike.




"The most exciting thing I have found when working with Green Lantern is that it does that cool reaction thing with Reichenbach dense black stringer. The stringer I have used on the bead here is no thicker than 0.5mm and 0.1mm respectively and you can clearly see the white reaction line thing doing its thing over Green Lantern." Read more at Kitzbitz Art Glass' blog. – Jolene Wolfe

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Green Lantern, Mediterranean & Breeze
Gloria Sevey
Messy Green Lantern Ltd Run
Darlene Collette
base of Green Lantern with dark ivory & silver glasses
Darlene Collette
Green Lantern Ltd Run
Heather Kelly

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  • Special thanks to Gloria Sevey & Heather Kelly for providing the photos in this section.
“It’s similar in colour to the ‘Nice’ batches of Vetrofond Light Grass Green, where it didn’t come out all yellow.” – Melanie Graham

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"Side by side - Green Lantern on the left, Aloe Juice on the right. See what I mean about Aloe Juice being a lighter version?" Read more at DragonJools blog.
Dwyn Tomlinson
"Fundamentally - this is a darker, more saturated version of Aloe Juice, but without the tendency to boil. A really pretty green, a little on the blue side - just a nice, comfortable colour." Read more at DragonJools blog.
Dwyn Tomlinson
"The most exciting thing I have found when working with Green Lantern is that it does that cool reaction thing with Reichenbach dense black stringer. The stringer I have used on the bead here is no thicker than 0.5mm and 0.1mm respectively and you can clearly see the white reaction line thing doing its thing over Green Lantern." Read more at Kitzbitz Art Glass' blog.
Jolene Wolfe