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If I buy them from a wholesaler I'd probably have to buy a zillion at a time
When you are talking about a model house - what kind of model house, and what kind of image do you want to create?Will you want to be taking several reruns - in other words, will you want something you can easily put back together?What are you using for glass in the windows? Are the walls also to collapse, or only windows blown out? Do you want to see flame (I know its probably unrealistic - but often film is meant to be more real than reality - in other words, appeal more to how we imagine something should look like than how something actually does look look like?
Quote from: DoctorBeaver on 25/06/2007 22:33:43If I buy them from a wholesaler I'd probably have to buy a zillion at a timeYou buy explosives from a wholesaler, you'd probably have the anti-terrorist police knocking on your door the following morning.
oh someone already said that. oops
can you not film an explosion that is not inside the house and edit it into your film?
Quote from: paul.fr on 26/06/2007 08:57:34can you not film an explosion that is not inside the house and edit it into your film?That wouldn't be as much fun as REAL destruction!
Er, like this?http://www.videosift.com/index.php?search=brainiac+microwave+explosion+fire+cool&tag=true
Quote from: DoctorBeaver on 26/06/2007 06:20:25TrinitrotolueneThe problem you have is that TNT is too safe - TNT will burn, but it will only explode if it has a detonator, so you still need an explosive detonator to trigger it.
"WOOOHOOO Those things cause the biggest exposions very dangerous!"Err, not exactly. They seldom cause explosions at all. And there are plenty of things that cause bigger ones.
How can I blow up a room?
QuoteHow can I blow up a room?Have party and serve beans to your guests . Close the windows and doors and strike a match.