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How do you see in the dark?

Discussion in 'Third Rail' started by wast3d, Jul 10, 2005.

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  1. wast3d

    wast3d New Jack

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    How do you see in the dark?

    Discussion started by wast3d - Jul 10, 2005

    i'll probably get called a toy and such but I'm asking anyway. (BTW, I am a toy, check me out at snowb0red.deviantart.com)

    how do you see in the dark ? i mean, let's say, hypothetically, I wanna go paint this chill wall, but I can only do it in the graveyard hours coz it's on a highway that has a fair bit of traffic during the day but none at night.

    So, take a torch ? a dead giveaway to anyone nearby. and plus I hate holding while painting.

    So, how do you guys see anything at all at 3 am. My nightvision sucks ass.

    Let me know.

    wast3d.
     
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  2. iloveboxcars

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    you have hard times walking down the street at night too?
     
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  3. wast3d

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    yeah, if there's no street lights i'm totally fucked
     
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  4. iloveyoursister

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    iloveyoursister - Replied Jul 10, 2005

    Have you even been to the spot at night?
     
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  5. wast3d

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    yeah, i have. it's fully dark, and the paint I layed down was so fucking horrible. it was the ugliest piece of graff ever.
     
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    daterrawrist - Replied Jul 10, 2005

    try lighting a huge bon fire behind you...it works foreal foreal
     
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    yeaaaah baby - Replied Jul 11, 2005

    eat more carrots.

    actually i dont know if that really works, but i can see fine at night so i dont have this problem.
     
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    Open-Ur-Is - Replied Jul 11, 2005

    You should be able to see contrast on the wall as soon as you start to paint... if not try a cell phone. :spent:
     
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    MOOGLE? - Replied Jul 11, 2005

    cell phone
    blue or red glowstick...the tiny ones that go in your mouth are pretty good
    mini maglight...with either purple dark blue or dark grey film over it.

    the grey film over the maglight is nice since it makes the area look like it being naturally lit by the moon but its still kinda dark..



    or you can try painting in the sunrise hours when the sun hasnt come up just yet it may give you about an hour-30 minutes to paint..
     
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    i'm batman
     
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  11. flatliner

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    flatliner - Replied Jul 11, 2005

    Dont see why you have such a problem. Try a torch, just turn it off if anyone comes..
     
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    CACashRefund - Replied Jul 11, 2005

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    Night vision nigga
     
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    graffkid15 - Replied Jul 11, 2005

    b4 you start sprayin take a minute to concentrate on the wall the you should be able to start sprayin with out havin a problem w/ seeing
     
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    why write? - Replied Jul 12, 2005

    just close your eyes...
     
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    5iveDee - Replied Jul 12, 2005

    I usually set a maglight on the ground so I can kinda see the wall and I dont have to hold it. When I was little though my aunbt bought me a flashlight that goes on your head, im thinking about using that next time.
     
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