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Question by NS:kitkat
Submitted on 12/8/2003
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Hello...I am a visual artist currently wishing to make a set of roller skates with flames or some kind of spark coming out of the back of them. I am wondering if anything gives the appearance of flames that is long lasting and does not create any harmful emmissions...I would be showing this in an art gallery..I would like the flame to last several hours...I would also like to build these roller skates attractively...Any suggestions?  


Answer by amy jo
Submitted on 10/10/2004
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strobe lights!!! yay!!!  make the flames out of cut glass/ something that refracts light. Put a strobe light behind the glass. To give it a flame color, paint the glass orange with glass paint or get orange and yellow glass.


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