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Thanks! Yes, sort of... it was some left-over temporary plastic fencing I bought at Lowes for a yard project a while back. I used 22ga wire for beading for attachment points (like a twist tie). At first, with just the batting, the grid pattern would show through, but not when just a small layer of cotton was applied. It took way longer to get the form right, but all downhill from there. Oh, and the access hatch is from underneath so you can get your arm all the way up the 'stack'. :)Thanks again for a great instructable!!
Thank you so much for sharing this and coming up with the lightning generator code!! Excellent job - so realistic!! I finished a cloud this evening and after playing a little with the variables (and ad lib-ing with the frame), I have my vision of a far off cumulonimbus cloud - all thanks to you!! I had never heard of Arduino either and think I may be hooked. Thanks again!!!I look forward to following your progression on this cool project!! -(and learning more!)I look forward to your posts as you continue this cool project!
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