Step 1: LED Wiring

Cut all the led pins by half and connect the jumper wires according to the matching colors. same goes for regular LEDs.

Step 2: Shrink!

Cover the LEDs using shrink tube and use the heatgun to shrink it. Use a smaller shrink tube for the non-RGB LEDs as it only has two pins.

<p>I have a sort of Mystery. I took apart a butterfly color changing toy, And inside there were two button cells, a small switch, and an RGB that was about twice as wide as a normal LED. I was confused, because I thought that since the LED switched colors in a certain slightly-long sequence, It should have a small circuit board that controls the changing colors. I plugged the LED (Just the LED) up to two AA batteries, and it started shining in that sequence. Do you know how it can do that?</p>
<p>Yes, There are different types of LEDs out there</p><p>Some LEDs can flicker like candles while other LEDs can change colors without a circuit board. </p><p><iframe allowfullscreen="" frameborder="0" height="281" src="//www.youtube.com/embed/jBhR3cS1jrk" width="500"></iframe></p>
<p>btw, you should change the amazon link for the shrink tubes. I clicked on it and it says it's out of stock.</p>
<p>Thanks, that's interesting! I found a hat that had a bunch of optic cables in the form of a smiley face, so I took 3 AAA batteries, made a battery pack out of them, put a switch on it, taped the LED to the end of the optic cables, and wore it to camp.</p>
What do you use for lightning, background and camera when taking your shots?
<p>The surface is whiteboard sticker </p><p>background is foamcore</p><p>LED lamp for lighting </p><p>camera: canon rebel t5i </p>

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