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Old 2009-06-04, 7:09am
firelady firelady is offline
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Default VIDEO TUTORIAL/How to Get Consistent Color Effects w/Boro: Oxidizing & Reducing Flame

Want to take some of the mystery out of working with boro? Milon Townsend shares his expertise, simplifying the process for you.

Using Northstar’s “Aurora”, in this tutorial Milon illustrates the different color effects which can be created by simply changing the atmosphere of your torch flame.

He creates a pair of legs from the same rod. One rod is reheated in an oxidizing flame. One in a reducing flame. The resulting colors are totally different.

This is an excerpt from “An Introduction to Using Borocolour”, which is the first DVD in our “Focus on Flamework Series” (available at

It's a FREE 3-minute online video, and he is ever-so-funny. I just put it up on www.fireladyproductions yesterday.

It's a cute movie. Hope you like it!

Here's the link:

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Old 2014-09-12, 4:51pm
Steph Reed Steph Reed is offline
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Hi know this is an old thread, but managed to get the QuickTime working and can see the other videos but not this one. Is it still available?
Thanks, Steph
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Old 2014-09-12, 5:35pm
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he is amusing
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