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Web For Tragic Royalty Deck In Bottle

Unread postby Levent Suberk » Fri May 15, 2015 12:34 am  

I have been making a Tragic Royalty deck in a glass bottle and want place a spider web around deck. Where I can find a rubberized plastic or rubber web?
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Re: Web For Tragic Royalty Deck In Bottle

Unread postby Levent Suberk » Fri May 15, 2015 11:27 am  

Thank you for your friendly reply.

I search for a realistic web like those used in movies.
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Re: Web For Tragic Royalty Deck In Bottle

Unread postby Eoghann » Fri May 15, 2015 11:52 am  

Pretty cool DYI and you end up with very realistic cob webs:

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Re: Web For Tragic Royalty Deck In Bottle

Unread postby Levent Suberk » Fri May 15, 2015 4:44 pm  

Thank you for comment.

I found this spray to make webs.

But I think that, instead of using these pricey web sprays, I can make a web from raw silk; first I loosely lay raw silk fibers on a nylon sheet then spray a light coat of 3M adhesive spray. After placing deck in bottle I can place that silk web around deck, of course using not too much silk web in bottle, otherwise deck can not be seen.
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Re: Web For Tragic Royalty Deck In Bottle

Unread postby chach » Thu May 21, 2015 6:07 pm  

Why not go ultra realism and put a spider in bottle, keep it as a pet, real webs bound to form. ;)

Like your idea though, just head down to fabric store and pick up a spool of clear thread as opposed to silk. Get a few hundred yards for a buck or two, wouldn't be hard to knit up a spider web.
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Re: Web For Tragic Royalty Deck In Bottle

Unread postby Levent Suberk » Fri May 22, 2015 1:27 am  

Thank you for comment.

I thought to put a spider in bottle but I also thought animal rights. :o :lol: :lol:

Knitting a web is a good idea.
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Re: Web For Tragic Royalty Deck In Bottle

Unread postby Fairmagic » Mon Jun 15, 2015 4:02 am  

Hi. I am new here:-) I also make tohse bottles. I also make one with a web. But it´s doesn´t look so good. Sorry fro my bad english. I am from Germany:-)

I learn almost anything about the impossible Bottles. It´s a very interesting and time consuming Hobby. :-)
I make Impossible bottles with:
Coins
Padlocks
Tennisballs
Ping Pong Balls
Sealed Deck of Cards (still in his original Cellophane wrapping)
Corkscrews
Pack of cigarettes
Golfballs
Soaps
and maybe a few other things:-)

Here is my website( not ready yet)

http://www.impossiblebottles.de/index.html
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Re: Web For Tragic Royalty Deck In Bottle

Unread postby Levent Suberk » Wed Jun 17, 2015 9:49 am  

Very good samples in your web site.
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