This is short video showing Capacitive Coupling aka External Electrode (Electrode-less) option for Chris Ahalt's ( @cha_glass ) Moose head sculpted back in 2017. Using Conductive Carbon paint and conductive Silver Epoxy as my first steps in finding a solution. As well as notes from Harriet Schwarzrock ( @harryschwarzrock) own mounting solutions. The will use of PC7 epoxy and hardware. This video will also be demonstrating and testing Neon21 and tech22 L7020 plasma transformers for the correct fit.
It brings a crucial point on making work for plasma which takes quite a bit of foresight. You must have mounting and finishing for the piece in mind when you start or you'll have to spend more time on the back-end to design something from scratch.
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âPercy | Taming Lightning
Hello Lightning Tamers!
In recent feedback, I've considered writing and expanding on what I've learned thus far about plasma. I've become more confident in my plasms process in three years I've been exploring it. To start us off I made a
diagram of what I'll tentatively be calling the Elements of Plasma: Vessel Crafting, Alechemy, and Technology. These are key items I've mentioned in podcast epsiode 10: Light up your world with Plasma, where in the second half I've presented the Fundamental Guidelines for Plasma.
Disclaimer: Mind you the guidelines will continue to be modified and expanded upon as we have more people practicing and sharing their discoveries.
Personally I've found the Vessel Crafting to be a big player in plasma for me, and of course of vital component for you to makes all the fun stuff happen. There are so many variables you'll be contending with, each effecting and blending with another!
You are an Alchemist and an Explorer in realm of Plasma.
Hello Lightning Tamers!
Today's Plasma fills. Putting in that studio time at the Pittsburgh Glass Center Plasma Lab. I have long ways to got before I really understand what's going on, yet today was quite promising!
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Percy | Taming Lightning
Welcome to Taming Lightning, I'm Percy Echols II. I'm the creator and host of Taming Lightning, as well as the emerging plasma tech at Pittsburgh Glass Center, where I'm researching and developing a space to explore Plasma and Neon Light as an Artist Medium.