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Old 07-12-2017, 01:57 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Default Oblique dip with electropyrography

Oblique dip fountain pen with electropyrography. Pictures are still my weak spot lol
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Looks interesting! What is electropyrography? I'm guessing 'use electricity to burn a picture' from the name but I would love to hear more about it!
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Electropyrography is another name for Lichtenberg Fractal Burning.
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Yes. I stripped a microwave transformer out and use it to burn Lichtenberg Fractal on wood. Quite dangerous if not careful.
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The fractal is a bit subdued on the thin blanks, but nontheless very nice.

Well done. Thank you for sharing.
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Yes. I stripped a microwave transformer out and use it to burn Lichtenberg Fractal on wood. Quite dangerous if not careful.
"Quite dangerous if not careful" is an understatement of the lethal kind.
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Yes. I stripped a microwave transformer out and use it to burn Lichtenberg Fractal on wood. Quite dangerous if not careful.
"Quite dangerous if not careful" is an understatement of the lethal kind.
Correct....very dangerous.
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Very Nice Dip Pen Chris.
Excellent Fractal Burning, though it is a bit hard to see, on the Dark Wood.
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