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Does anyone knows how this effect is created? It seems as if he is pouring fire to the ground. I suppose he put some kind of liquid fuel inside the water can, but i suppose that would be too dangerous, because it would set the whole can on fire and maybe increase the pressure inside the can. What do you think?

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willworkforfoodjnr
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Posted:I'd imagine it is ignited on the way out of the can, and also that much of the fuel was already on the floor ready to be ignited by that which is being 'watered'. Its something that would need playing around with to get right!

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Posted:Thanks for answering!

When you say 'it is ignited on the way out of the can', what do you mean? Taht there is something to ignite the fuel at the end of the pipe of the watering can?


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beaniebob
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Posted:I think he's using something similar to a driptorch

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Posted:yeaaaah! Is does seem like a driptorch!!

Thanks beaniebob! =)


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willworkforfoodjnr
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Posted:Ah wow! I was on the right lines then smile It's something you could do some really cool effects with. I'm thinking a 'firestaff' that doesn't work properly when lit, and instead drips fire all over the floor (in a predetermined cool pattern obviously) - a bit of fire slapstick!

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