Introduction: Amazing Fire Domino - 3000 Matches Chain Reaction!!!!!!

https://youtu.be/JrI2jPc3Yf4

Step 1: To Do a Amazing Fire Domino You Need!!!

Today I show you how to make Amazing Fire Domino - 3000 Matches Chain Reaction!!!
I used a wood board, double-sided tape and 3000 matches.

Step 2: This Is My First Experiment to Do Amazing Fire Domino From Matches, It's Very Cool!!!!!

Step 3: It Took Over 3 Hours to Build and 40 Seconds to Destroy!

Step 4: Please Enjoy Artistic Fire Chain Reaction a 3000 Matches.

Good Luck!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Comments

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COOL!!!

; )

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HelenaDaydreamer (author)2016-04-29

Cool!!! :)

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MiltReynolds (author)2016-04-07

A-mazing and mesmerizing. Excellent videography, great choice of soundtrack. Enjoyed it. Well done!

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HTMF Metal Pizza (author)2016-04-07

Fascinating

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Gorilla22 (author)2016-04-04

At first I thought, "This would be way too much work for what it does." Then I saw the video and my whole life was changed...Thank you for sharing. I appreciate all the time you put into this.

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deswiger (author)2016-04-02

Of course you know you're playing with fire here............ (TeeeeHeeHeee), yea, pretty cool.

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silverplato11 (author)2016-04-02

Awesome

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kayakdiver (author)2016-04-01

I think I might have spray shelaqued (sp?) the thing after it cooled down to preserve the "art" it created. Very 'cool'.

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tkjtkj (author)2016-03-31

Hey folks! It's called 'ART' , video art , quite beautiful; and art exists for it's own self so we are thankful when we can experience it's beauty.

Thanks, Morena!!

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TeresaM7 (author)tkjtkj2016-04-01

Here, here, tkjtkj! I would definitely do this! It was quite a lovely display to watch.

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romanursuhack (author)2016-04-01

waw!!

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KookaiC (author)2016-04-01

KJV John 8:7 misquote "Let who that is without the urge to play with fire among you to try and cast the first match"

Let's up the ante a bit. Spend tons of time building a picture using different color match sticks AND then set fire.

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Cheryl MB (author)2016-03-31

Wow! That was almost an art installation! Thank you for that it was mesmerising.

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voorkomen (author)2016-03-31

it shows wood having strength on fire

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ms match (author)2016-03-31

it took 3 hrs to set up and using a clay base is faster..

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buzzclick (author)2016-03-31

Nice. The ones in the outside perimeter burned first since they had access to more oxygen.

Close up, it looks like the heads of people getting scorchified. :)

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jonathan hudson (author)2016-03-31

that was really cool

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knowlson (author)2016-03-31

This seems more of a de-structable than an in-structable :-D

Great Idea! Nice video!

Wonder how a spiral would look......

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Jack Rodgers (author)2016-03-31

Ah, fire. So mesmerizing.

Brought to mind what I did and probably many others in my youth. Take the tin foil from a pack of cigarettes or other source. Wrap it around the match and leave an exhaust tube at the end. Now light the match. ROCKET POWER>>>

I wonder what would happen if you did the same with this idea. Solid booster rocket. Maybe achieve orbit rather than a few feet. Or maybe out it inside a long tube with the match heads at the bottom and then light them through a small hole at the bottom of the tube. Like you can see in movies of ancient cannons in the warships.

Put a chicken inside and video launching the chicken. Or a pumpkin like the shows where they Chunk the Pumpkin.

OK, its early AM and I am energetic and wired on coffee...

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woodykitson (author)2016-03-31

Wot No Video?

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seamster (author)2016-03-31

Sometimes it's fun to make something just for the heck of it, to see what happens. I really enjoyed this instructable.

The video of the burn was mesmerizing, and the way the matches looked at the end all curled in different directions was really interesting!

Thanks for taking the time to do this and for sharing the results :)

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zacker (author)2016-03-31

fun way to start a camp fire!

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Flecks (author)2016-03-30

I remember making smaller versions of this, it was great fun. I'll have to try a big one now!

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caitlinsdad (author)2016-03-30

Try a modeling clay base so you can just stick handfulls of matches in it upright. It would be more of a domino effect if spaced out in patterns and such. Have a fire extinguisher handy.

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BG_instructs (author)2016-03-30

great, if you had a high speed camera, it would be even more interesting to see how the flames jump from one match to the other.

i am a scientist, see no scientific outputs, so to an artist; what was your artistic idea to make such a project?

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gillswave (author)2016-03-30

Its really good :)

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tortebuffalo (author)2016-03-30

nice

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fraser02 (author)2016-03-29

thats awesome, thanks for sharing:)

would love to do it, just don't know where i'm going to get 3 hours to build it from:D

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