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Sunday, April 18, 2010

Photos from The Smoke Drawing Workshop

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Ninja Website

Enter The Ninja has many information on ninja and full detailed description on ninja weapons.

How to create a Smoke Bomb

I was totally inspired by 'The Smoke Drawing Workshop' during last thursday class, and somehow Ninja often carry some smoke bombs, here is a description on how to create a smoke bomb. (Pictures from The Smoke Drawing Workshop will post in few days, be patient...)

Simple Smoke Bomb (Warning: Please keep out of children.)

Saltpeter (Drug Store)
Nonflamable Pot or Pan

1. Mix equal parts of the sugar and saltpeter together
2. Pour into your NONFLAMABLE pot or pan.
3. Turn on stove with the pot full of mixture(low flame)
4. Make sure to stir constantly, after a while of cooking it will begin to turn into a liquid gum sorda substance with a light brown or yellowish color. Put in chosen contianer (Medicine Bottle) then put in freezer for about 5 min. After you take it out you can light. Do not get inpatient while cooking it, it will take a while for it to turn into a liquid Also it will take a while to light, just keep the flame on the hard substance until you hear a sizzle then set down.
5. Watch all the damn smoke.