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Topic: "No flash" Flash paper?
Message: Posted by: MixEddie (Aug 31, 2006 05:11PM)
Hey everyone,
I'm looking for a no flash or low flash flash paper to perform with. I'd like to turn one piece into another and am also working on an effect where the transformation would happen close to the face.

Is there such a thing?

Thanks
Message: Posted by: mOzerian (Aug 31, 2006 08:11PM)
Interesting concept, Flashless flash paper.

It would be more like a dissovling paper, if you can invent this you will be a rich man.
Message: Posted by: Eddie Torres (Oct 27, 2006 03:18PM)
If you light flash paper before it's been dried than it will give you a dissolving effect rather than a fast flash.
Message: Posted by: bond_jmesbond007 (Oct 31, 2006 05:46AM)
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On 2006-10-27 16:18, MajikAbra wrote:
If you light flash paper before it's been dried than it will give you a dissolving effect rather than a fast flash.
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In that case you ll have to manufacture the flash paper yourself???
Message: Posted by: Sam Pearce (Nov 3, 2006 10:21AM)
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On 2006-10-31 06:46, bond_jmesbond007 wrote:
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On 2006-10-27 16:18, MajikAbra wrote:
If you light flash paper before it's been dried than it will give you a dissolving effect rather than a fast flash.
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In that case you ll have to manufacture the flash paper yourself???
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Actually the flash paper comes wet, but if you want to make it wet again, simply add water!


Sam Pearce
Message: Posted by: Eddie Torres (Nov 6, 2006 03:14AM)
Exactly, it comes wet... or at least slightly damp