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Aether Ball

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This is a little gizmo I built from scraps one weekend. It's just a 2" quartz ball on a copper stand, with a 1-watt UV LED in it. Doesn't do anything but give off a cool blacklight glow.. The base is cut from a piece of oak from a very old church pew I got from a friend.
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Lovely !!

May I offer a similar notion ??
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Featured in WIRS_5 parts 6 ~10 and 14...
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MongoTheManiacHobbyist General Artist
I love the enginuity you have of using meterials and parts that normally you would never think of using to make very magically eye appealing props.
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I love this kind of stuff!
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AEvilMikeProfessional Digital Artist
:-D
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ElkaddalekStudent General Artist
not only is it usefull as a light, it can protect your house from burglars by shooting black light static charges at the thief :D
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AEvilMikeProfessional Digital Artist
Exactly!
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Haseo-YamazakiProfessional General Artist
love it.
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AEvilMikeProfessional Digital Artist
Thank you!
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Haseo-YamazakiProfessional General Artist
I have a room in one of my books that has each wall and the ceiling lined with something like this, they were meant to keep those on the astral plane who in the room confined to that place.
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AEvilMikeProfessional Digital Artist
Very interesting! I have been trying to come up with a back story for this piece, and as yet haven't come up with anything.. I think that sounds just about perfect!
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that is cool! nice work
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AEvilMikeProfessional Digital Artist
thank you!
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