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    a blue and green dart

    blue and green dart


    How to do it - the darts shot


    thanks for looking

    beachcomber

  • #2
    Well done Steve. Easy when you know how. Great trick buddy.

    Dave.
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    • #3
      Originally posted by jakethepig View Post
      Well done Steve. Easy when you know how. Great trick buddy.

      Dave.
      Thanks Dave, you rescued me from a zero return LOL

      Think I'll keep it to myself next time
      (only joking)

      You're a good man scooby doo
      Last edited by beachcomber; 09-08-2009, 07:35 AM.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by beachcomber View Post
        Thanks Dave, you rescued me from a zero return LOL

        Think I'll keep it to myself next time.

        You're a good man scooby doo
        Rubee Rubee rooo!!!! Time for a Scooby Snack lol... haha

        Well I'm glad you showed me. Thank You.

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        • #5
          cool idea, thanks !

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          • #6
            Originally posted by beachcomber View Post
            Thanks Dave, you rescued me from a zero return LOL

            Think I'll keep it to myself next time.

            You're a good man scooby doo
            Please don't keep any of this stuff to yourself. It's awesome and very much appreciated. I know for myself being a new member here there is just so much to read and learn that it's tough to reply to all the threads.
            I have a list of things I've seen on here that I'm going to try and this has now been added to that list...I'm setting up to do another run at the "water drops" right now but I'll for sure try and find myself a dart later this week and give this one a shot.

            Thanks for sharing!!

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            • #7
              Originally posted by evader View Post
              Please don't keep any of this stuff to yourself. It's awesome and very much appreciated. I know for myself being a new member here there is just so much to read and learn that it's tough to reply to all the threads.
              I have a list of things I've seen on here that I'm going to try and this has now been added to that list...I'm setting up to do another run at the "water drops" right now but I'll for sure try and find myself a dart later this week and give this one a shot.

              Thanks for sharing!!
              and thank you for reminding me why I joined DPS

              Last edited by beachcomber; 09-08-2009, 08:30 AM.

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              • #8
                What a brilliant shot! As we say, so simple when you know how. Thanks for the instructions, Steve.

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                • #9
                  Captivating photo, Steve. And great job with creating such a simple - and unique - way to do it. Impressive.
                  Chip
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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by co1458 View Post
                    cool idea, thanks !
                    Originally posted by evader View Post
                    Please don't keep any of this stuff to yourself. It's awesome and very much appreciated. I know for myself being a new member here there is just so much to read and learn that it's tough to reply to all the threads.
                    I have a list of things I've seen on here that I'm going to try and this has now been added to that list...I'm setting up to do another run at the "water drops" right now but I'll for sure try and find myself a dart later this week and give this one a shot.

                    Thanks for sharing!!
                    Originally posted by Glayva View Post
                    What a brilliant shot! As we say, so simple when you know how. Thanks for the instructions, Steve.
                    Originally posted by Chip View Post
                    Captivating photo, Steve. And great job with creating such a simple - and unique - way to do it. Impressive.

                    thank you all
                    beachcomber

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                    • #11
                      Well played, sir!

                      Steve...great shot! As I mentioned in an earlier post, you created quite the buzz! Great imagination. I'll have to see what I can come up with that's outside the box. Imitation is the greatest form of flattery! Can't wait to see what's next.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by equilution View Post
                        Steve...great shot! As I mentioned in an earlier post, you created quite the buzz! Great imagination. I'll have to see what I can come up with that's outside the box. Imitation is the greatest form of flattery! Can't wait to see what's next.

                        Jim
                        Jim, thats extremely kind of you, thank you,

                        Steve

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                        • #13
                          Great job I had been wondering how you did this..
                          Now I understand, very cool. thanks for sharing

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by CanonRebelz View Post
                            Great job I had been wondering how you did this..
                            Now I understand, very cool. thanks for sharing

                            My pleasure Canon, thank you

                            beachcomber

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                            • #15
                              Nice photo. You could always try using some fine fishing line next time - it should be a lot easier to clone out than the cotton.

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