Posted 31 October 2019 - 04:47 PM
Ned has some great videos, dont be shy to ask lots of questions. A bunch of knowledgable people here, always willing to help, and share.
Posted 09 November 2019 - 10:15 PM
I'm Souvik, age 43 from West Bengal, India. Live with spouse & kid(in 7th standard).
I try to do pyro because a well built product outweighs a consumer one and gives me immense satisfaction. One can cook a curry with slightly tampering the recipe that may not affect the taste much. But in pyro no question at all.
Besides that consumer fireworks most of the time are nastily overpriced. I love creating different effects. I've been doing this limitedly over many years but last few years the practices accelerated a lot.
Here due to stringent rules necessary chemicals are not available and no. of accessories are not sold. So I need to depend on old toiling techniques. Rather pyrotechnic is seldom encouraged.
I consider this as fantastic platform to learn the artistry of fireworks.
Here I have a dream to share. I wish to go to Malta & have a hand on experience with those expart fireworks.
Posted 23 December 2019 - 11:21 AM
Greeting all! Jeremy from Georgia here! 40 years old, overly cautious (now), and still have all my appendages! Recently getting back into pyrotechnics after a three year hiatus.
I have experience with rockets, small aerial shells, stars, and various forms of black powder salutes. Yes, admittedly, I have some very limited experience with flash, but I've seen enough videos on YouTube of the dangers, and I have made a personal choice to avoid any form of flash powder in my pyrotechnics at all costs. I've been a lurker here on APC for long enough to know that most people who are interested in FP are looking to make salutes and reports, and are typically irresponsible teenage boys. LOL
My primary reason for being here is to learn more about the safety and techniques involved in making pyrotechnics for personal/family entertainment and enjoyment, and quite honestly, to learn how to make more with less. I prefer safe and simple, using fewer and "safer" chemicals to make a variety of different effects, as opposed to having lots of chemicals that could potentially (and dangerously) react or decompose over time, for just a few specific purposes. I'm really interested in all the different ways black powder and variations on black powder can be employed from everything from lift and burst to various forms of stars, primes, fountains, and comets. Rockets are also a big interest in mine, having started out with Estes model rockets as a teenager, and I would love to learn how to make whistle, strobe, and rockets with headings, as well as home made Estes type rockets complete with recovery parachutes.
Looking forward to learning as much as I can from the wealth of information here at APC! It's great to meet you guys!
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Posted 06 January 2020 - 10:31 AM
Iam Luckyethanol. New to this forum, not to pyro. Iam building oldschool china crackers. Later, i will start some new projects like stars and so on. Looking forward to learn some new stuff.
Posted 20 April 2020 - 11:38 AM
Just wanted to say hi and introduce myself.
Hello from up north in Canada.
Posted 20 April 2020 - 04:21 PM
Hey all, new dude here. I have lots of memories as a kid trying to blow up things that shouldn't have been blown up. I thought it might be fun to come back to the topic as an adult and try my hand at a little more organized form of chaos.
Posted 01 May 2020 - 07:27 AM
Hey there! I'm Elisey.I'm from Belarus .I have been making pyrotehnics for 6 years .I have come to this forum from another pyroforum because I think I can enrich my pyro experience here ,communicate with other pyros and practice my English.
I also like learning something new and science in general.
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Posted 19 May 2020 - 10:29 AM
Just wanted to say hi. I am new to this forum, but not to pyro.
Have not been very active the last couple of years, but would like to pick up again.
Posted 20 May 2020 - 01:16 AM
My name is Sergei and I'm from Russia.
I would like to improve my knowledge in pyrotechnics
Posted 20 June 2020 - 10:18 PM
Just a middle pyro. Long time lurker and have a few questions. Always looking to learn.
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Posted 05 July 2020 - 08:05 PM
Welcome to Pa. "thatoneguyjesse". Good to see a fellow Pennsylvanian here.
Posted 06 July 2020 - 09:25 PM
Hope everyone had a safe and fun 4th shoot. I've been doing hobby pyro for the last 10 years or so, mostly smaller aerial shells (3-6"), but always look forward to learning new techniques, tips, and tricks.
I look forward to making new friends and learning from the vast wealth of information this forum has to offer.
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