Evaporating Water Drops

Ok, so I was using the Water Drop Paint effect iBle, but when I was done, I realized my plan had a big downfall - it's almost dark.

Is there a good way to evaporate the water drops without using wind, which would blow the drops around (i.e., blow dryer)?

Thanks!

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guyfrom7up9 years ago
jusr reading the title I got a grade idea for an instructable that suspends water in mid air using compressed air. Or use a hair dryer and watch it evaporat in mid air. Only problem is water drops are naturally pretty aerodynamic.
That would be hard... you'd need to find the terminal velocity of a drop of water! Good luck with that! Then again, it'd be cool to pour water down a tube with an updraft traveling at its terminal velocity.
Here's what you need:

Terminal velocity of raindrops.
Kiteman9 years ago
Halogen desk lamp, held close?
Bran (author)  Kiteman9 years ago
Would that have any adverse effects on the fresh (but dry) spray paint?
Kiteman Bran9 years ago
Not a clue! Try it on a sacrificial piece to check.
Bran (author)  Kiteman9 years ago
Well, I figured I could always replace my muffs, as they were just cheap ones (that I found)! =D

It didn't seem to harm it, but I'll have to redo one side, as the effect was in-line with my other.

Thanks again!
Bran (author)  Kiteman9 years ago
Alright, I'll try it. Thanks!
That sounds good...