Messy Color™ Algae Ltd Run

511484 - Sold Out

Algae Ltd Run (511484)<br />A transparent greyish green.

A transparent greyish green.




"It's a nice, transparent greyish green, and is rather dark when used by itself, but quite lovely over clear! Rather nice over white too." Read more at DragonJools blog. – Dwyn Tomlinson

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Vetrofond's Mauvelous as base with layers of Dark Ivory, mixtures of CiM's Algae Ltd Run and TAG's Golden Emerald encased in clear glass and dots of Double Helix OX 459
Darlene Collette
Algae and Slytherin leaves
Lori Bergmann
Messy Algae
Melanie Graham
Messy Algae Ltd Run
Jolene Wolfe

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  • Algae Ltd Run is SOLD OUT.
We recommend Slytherin as the closest color replacement for Algae Ltd Run.
  • Special thanks to Genea Crivello-Knable for providing the photos in this section.

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"Algae is a yellowish/greyish dark green transparent. I think that this colour fills an important void in my 104 colour palette, and so I'm a bit sad that it's a limited run and only sporadically available. There are only so many dark transparent greens in our colour palette. To name a few, we have Effetre Sage Green, Effetre Dark Emerald, Effetre Dark Grass Green, CiM Slytherin, and REI Beryl Green, and none of them are in this exact yellow-green space. Slytherin and Sage Green are the only other green transparent glasses that approach Algae in terms of saturation level, but Algae is darker and richer than both of those other colours." Read more at Melanie's blog.
Melanie Graham
"A couple weeks ago I pulled out some Algae and Peace and did my normal 1:9 through 9:1 ratios and this is what I came up with . . . . It surprises me that the four beads on the right all have white in them of different amounts and get darker as they have less white but still look fully transparent but BAM! the 5th bead from the right is opaque all of a sudden." Read more at Lori's blog.
Lori Greenberg
"It's a nice, transparent greyish green, and is rather dark when used by itself, but quite lovely over clear! Rather nice over white too." Read more at DragonJools blog.
Dwyn Tomlinson