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Here are the different kinds of paint and some descriptions....

* Fluorscent and Glow in the dark
- If you are using a black light use fluorscent or glow in the dark paints. these will glow brightly and you can get them in blue, green, purple, orange, yellow, pink, and red. I have found these colors in fabric paint, glue, spray paint, and acrylic paints.

* Metallic Paints
- These are good if you are making fake "electrical boxes", candelabras, weapons, space ships, cage bars, etc. I have found that the different colors metallic paint comes in are, brass, gold, chrome, silver, and copper.

* Stone Paints
- These work great if you are building a prop or part of a scene in which you want it to look like stone. Here are a few examples, a fountain, a wall, gargoyles, tombstones, pillars, statue, etc. There are many variations in colors to choose from in this type of paint, so it just depends on what you are looking for and what you like.

* TIP - Take a bunch of 12 pack boxes from pop, tape them together leaving large spaces between them to make a wall then spray with stone paint. When dry set up behind a scene and place a colored light behind the wall, it will light up the open gaps for a cool effect and if you have a fog machine pipe a line from it to where your wall is and where the light is shining through you will have "beams" of light! Really cool!!

Different types of paint, how they go on and what projects they are good for.

* Acrylic Tube (artist paint, more expensive)
- Styro foam sheets, balls, heads, or any item that is styro foam.
- Rubber masks

* Fabric
- Rubber masks
- Great for putting lettering on anything, signs, tombstones, cardboard, plastic, wood, posterboard, etc.

* Spray
- Wood
- Plastic
- Cardboard
- Posterboard
- Pretty much anything.

* Glue
- Cardboard
- Also excellent for lettering.

* Markers
- Signs
- Small lettering