I am planning on painting a city skyline in my room, on one of my walls. My idea was to, above my window, paint a skyline, entirely black or dark blue. Then, dark spots around it as if they were clouds almost, or as if you would dab with a sponge in a few places. It's hard to explain. Then, glow in the dark stars and a moon (maybe a UFO or a rocket, idk) and windows of the building in glow in the dark as well.
So you wouldn't be able to see the moon, stars and windows when the light is off, but when it's on you would see the stars and moon and the windows would light up, as if somebody turned on a light inside.
I want to have that so I don't have to do touch-ups a lot. So I don't have a glow in the dark paint I need to re-do every month or so. Preferably I don't want to do touch-ups at all, but I don't mind once in a while.
So my question now;
- Is this possible?
- What kind of glow in the dark paint do I use? (a yellow one, that lasts a while, please)
- And, if I were to move out and am in need of repainting it to it's original state (a white wall), would that be possible? Or would the black and glow in the dark paint show?