# How to create a neon light effect in Mathematica?

I tried to use Glow to create a neon light effect on a torus object. The result shown on the left of the picture below looks quite different from the real one on the right. Is there a way to obtain a better result?

(* Assuming the .obj file located in the root of c: *)
model =  Import["c:\\torus.obj"] ;
Graphics3D[{Glow[Cyan], First[model ] }, Boxed -> False ,
Background -> Black
]


This rasters the image first and then applies a convolution to the 2d image. At the end, the result is combined whith the image rendered with "Glow":

model = Import["../torus.obj"];
hColor = RGBColor[0.2, 0.5, 1];
img = Graphics3D[{hColor, Opacity[0.5], EdgeForm[hColor],
First[model][[2 ;; -1]]}, Boxed -> False, Background -> Black];
img0 = Graphics3D[{Glow[Cyan], Opacity[0.9], First[model]},
Boxed -> False, Background -> Black];
cv = Table[
ImageMultiply[ImageConvolve[img, GaussianMatrix[{r, r/3}]],
r/15], {r, {10, 50, 150}}];