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i am planning on making a factory or something with a large oil tank that had burst with flames on the floor or somthing.. and rules for the flames.
model takes 1 wound with a st 5 ap- hit (i think a lasgun is st 5... if not correct me)
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Modelling fire? Never seen that...only thing i would suggest is green stuff painted like fire covered in resin.
Would love to see finished results.
Hey I cant help you with the fire but the it sounds awsome. green stuff might work
Or like hook a tourch up to it. That would be the coolest thing in the world. Like make the tanks out of those red canisters im not sure what is in them and then have the a burner on top this way when you lit it flames would come out. This sounds awsome im going to have to try it.
I wouldnt reccomend real fire... for obvios reasons. But using a light underneath you could achieve omething pretty cool using some translucent substance as the fire.. Possibly use a fan and some paper/see-through sweet wrapper type stuff to make one of those blowing fire things. That could work.
Yeah I wouldnt recomend real fire either but i would look pretty cool
also i have seen what your talking about stretch and that looks pretty good also.
Eh, I could, but it takes a whole lot of work.
You need a very very small fan, aquarium tubing, a case for the motor, and fan, with one exit hole, an old shirt, some red, orange, and yellow dye, a DC motor, and a 9v battery.
So you attatch the very very small fan (you may have to make it yourself) to the motor head, so that it's blowing air away from the motor, and insert it into the case, attatch the aquarium tubing to the hole, and run the tubing to wherever you want the "flames" to be. Above the exit, superglue 4 strips of the old shirt (after dying them in a X shape, (design underneath post), plug the DC motor in, and let it rip.
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That would work Nos but I can think of easier ways to do it..
And any old Fan from a desktop PC should work fine..
If you wanna be really snazzy you could put the switch for it on the ouside of the building it encased in..
Or even better make it so that your models can/have to walk over the top of the fan then if a model reaches the switch he can turn on the flame and burn the sucker alive. hehe im so evil...
This will probably look cheasy but if you took some cheap aluminum foil and put a couple of lights around it, maybe with red filters if could work. Another idea: put a light inside of tissue paper cut to look like flames.
And Lasguns are strength 3, not 5... The profile for the flames I would say would be ST 4, AP 5, models within D3+1 are affected on a 4+, models inside the flames are automatically hit.
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I saw some fire modled out of cotton wool once... It was sprayed with black (for the smoke effect), and red with daps of orange and yellow... Looked really good actually...
yer i have seen that, it was used to show wrecked vehicals. it does look really effective. i tried to look for a pic but i couldent find anything
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