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    Quote Originally Posted by lightman View Post
    Great idea to use the corro for tombstones. They look great!

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    Lightman
    I can see it now....

    ...a normal crystal is rather small and your coro crystals were GIGANTIC.

    You'll have 15' tall coro tombstones in your yard in no time!!!

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    Here is a video of the tombstones in action with the rest of the lights. I'm very pleased with them. They look great during the day and light and dim very well at night.

    Aaron Southern

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    Here's another video of the tombstones in action.

    Aaron Southern

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    Awesome! Nice work!
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    Very very nice!!!

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    Very nice, Any chance you would share your sequences with others?

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    LOVE the tombstones , but love the PUMPKIN porch man even more ...

    looks like he is sitting down on your porch ...

    pumpkin man.jpg

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    Wow I didn't notice that till you pointed it out! That's cool
    [B][SIZE=3][SIZE=4]not so new but still learning![/SIZE][/SIZE][/B]

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    Trying my hand at one of these. How did you do the letters so perfect? I thought at first cut them out but don't think thats the way to go.
    [B][SIZE=3][SIZE=4]not so new but still learning![/SIZE][/SIZE][/B]

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    My wife cut out the letters from some spare coro. Then she taped them on the front and spray painted the textured gray over the front. So the letters became masked out and let the plain white coro shine through.
    Aaron Southern

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