Tue 23 Aug, 2016 07:11 am
Bit of an unusual one. Myself and several others in a LARP group are looking to obtain the effect of spontaneous combustion without actually setting players on fire. It is something that we would like to do in some "real time" as opposed to having a visual description supplied by the crew team and get a more seeming natural reaction from the player base. And, of course, the individual involved know this is going to happen
So, is there any methods which could be used to achieve this? Or any recommend stage tools or props or tricks which can give this illusion?
Thanks in advance!
Costumes with all kids of flaps in fire colors. They are "ignited" by air.
Spontaneous means unorchestrated., random.
Yes, it does indeed thank you for the reminder.
But this is for stage and performance, thus the seeming "spontaneous" needs to be seen from the perspective of the players (as they are the audience in this situation). It is the seeming gathering of the effect of it - actual execution time aside.