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Posted:Hey!Has anyone ever tried to attach something like a safe mirror, or CD or something that reflects light above your glowstick? I just got the idea after throwing some CDs around. I don't know how it would look, just wondering if anyone has ever tried to reflect the light somehow. And please, if you TRY this, Use TAPE around the edges. Mirrors and CDs HURT along the edges, please I don't want people getting hurt from my ideas...-=M.D=-
Posted:Just thought I'd relate this little experiment in things to be spun:Lying next to my desk is a pile of mirror balls (9cm diameter) waiting to be tied to the ceiling with fishing wire. So, obviously 2 of them are now mirror ball poi, on fishing wire! This is a pretty stupid thing to do as mirror balls have lots of sharp edges which I've yet to experience (I think covering them with clear plastic might make them safer), and the fishing wire took quite a bit of knotting to stop it unwinding itself.However the effect when standing under a light is of 2 spinning balls catching the light with no obvious connection to me.You need a bright light to make the mirror balls look good, so I doubt glowsticks would work that well.
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Posted:Wouldn't it be easier to cover a tennis ball set of poi in glitter or some type of aluminum foil?Just a thought.------------------Blessings to all, Peter "In motion, move like a thundering wave. When still, be like a mountain.Rising up, be like a monkey. Land swiftly and lightly like a bird. Be steadylike a rooster on one leg. One's stance is as firm as a pine tree, yetexpresses motion. Spin swiftly and circularly like a wheel. Bend and flexlike a bow. Waft gracefully like a leaf in the wind. Sink like a heavy pieceof metal. Prey like a watchful, gliding eagle. Accelerate like a gusty wind." Wushu Proverb
Blessings to all, Peter When you find yourself in the company of a halfling and an ill-tempered Dragon, remember, you do not have to outrun the Dragon ...you just have to outrun the halfling.