Shut up, you don’t think. Ryan is famous cousin. True gunner. Hey, what’s up my? Youtube, friends and family, its cousin. Ryan and I just wanted to make a quick 3d printing video, not so much focusing on what I printed, but what I printed with? I picked up some glow-in-the-dark. PLA filament from Amazon actually got three of them here. I will link all of these down in the description, as well as the link to Thingiverse for these little ghosts by Gila, what I wanted to do was kind of just print identical objects out of these three different glow-in-the-dark filaments to compare them. I thought if they’re all identical, then there’s no other little variable or anything. They’ll all look the same, and we can kind of judge which one glows better and which one doesn’t so anyway. I downsized these a little bit, just for the quickness of the print. These were either. These are either 75% of the like native file or 50% I can’t remember, but they’re super cool like I’m gonna do more of these full size, but they’ve got a little pedestal here at the bottom. I actually printed the pedestal out in black just to kind of hide it, so it looks like in the dark. The ghost is just floating there and there’s threads that will screw into the bottom of the ghost. And then that way you don’t have to glue it or anything. It just screws in nice and tight and then. I’m sorry, my hands, not that flat. There you go so anyway, um. I’ve got standard glow-in-the-dark right here. Blue glow-in-the-dark. I actually had to mark it blue. Because in certain lighting, you can’t see the difference in color there. I know it looks obvious, which is weird because this looks kind of blue right now and this looks more glow-in-the-dark color. But I promise you this is the blue, and then this was kind of cool. It’s a little bit clearer, but it’s supposed to have a little sparkly glow-in-the-dark bits in it so. I thought that would be kind of fun to try out now. One thing I noticed, though. When I printed these three ghosts out when I was feeding in the the sparkly PLA, it’s a lot less forgiving. Um, it actually snaps really easy. See, it breaks off. Where is this stuff is very, very flexible. I mean, you can almost bend it completely. Look it, I’ve kinked it and it didn’t break, but this stuff snap’s very, very easy. So if you decide to use this, be very careful now. I’ll go ahead and show you the still shot. I took of these three ghosts in the dark, so you can see the standard glow-in-the-dark the blue and then the sparkly. That’s what they called it. Sparkly or fairy glitter or something anyway. I definitely liked the idea of the blue glow-in-the-dark. I just cuz it’s different, but you can see from that picture. The standard glow-in-the-dark is by far the best one, and I’ve already experienced that I’ve done some other stuff with the glow-in-the-dark filaments and my opinion is the glow-in-the-dark, the actual glow-in-the-dark greenish colour. The standard glow-in-the-dark colour is by far the best it it picks up in charges with very little light. Its brighter. It’s just it’s better. It’s better for the glow-in-the-dark effect. I love the idea of the blue, though, and it’s not horrible, but it’s just not quite as like, active or lively as the regular glow-in-the-dark colour, and then I’ll have to say the glow-in-the-dark aspect of the glittery green is kind of a disappointment. It’s a little bit harder to get the glow in the dark effect, but the one upside is is you can get. I don’t know how the Lighting’s gonna look here on the camera, but it’s got much more of a crystal kind of look to it, and I don’t know if that’s just because it’s kind of a clearer PLA with the glow-in-the-dark bits in it like you can’t even see the little glow-in-the-dark fragments in this, whereas I don’t know. Yeah, you can’t see it in the filament either, but it’s got a very cool crystal like, look to it, so this could be useful for other things, so I wouldn’t say this is a must if you’re going for the glow-in-the-dark. Look, I would set that stuff aside. It does not look as good in real life as it does in the Amazon ad. Just keep it a real, the blue. The blue is cool. I like the blue, but my verdict is the standard glow-in-the-dark. You just can’t replace it. It is the best of all the glow-in-the-dark PLA s and that’s it. I think that covered it. I will put like I said links to everything down in the description. I love glow in the dark stuff like I’ve already ordered another roll of the glow-in-the-dark filament Just because I want to do more and maybe something bigger. I’m thinking a glow-in-the-dark Slimer that would take up the whole print print bed print bread. I think that’d be pretty sweet, and I’ve already actually like done it and Kyra, and it takes like two and a half days to print it. So once we’re done with the little like mask straps and stuff that I’ve been printing out. I think we might have to tackle that, and I’ve got another large item in the back of my head, too that I may or may not have already started as well, but anyway, enough talking. Thanks for hanging out. I just thought that was kind of a fun. Little comparison to do with all the different glow-in-the-dark filaments like I said, I would order them. Glow-in-the-dark glow-in-the-dark blue and then the glow-in-the-dark sparkle or whatever it is in that order as far as my preference, but anyway. I’ve still got a ton of blue left, and I’ve got a ton of the clear. Sparkle left, so I’m gonna use these up. I want to waste them or anything, but yeah, so anyway, that’s it. Thank you so much for hanging out. I hope everybody is healthy and well and see you soon. You know, it’s constantly on under Hollywood Boulevard there. No one said it bigger than any superstar. All of us beat some. Some will do apart from them sweeter than any chocolate bar boom.