DIY Bat Sinal Luminária – Batman (Time Lapse)


You’ll need a can. remove the lid and the bottom of the can with care! knead the burrs with a pair of pliers so that the edge becomes smooth paste EVA around the can and cut the excesses mark the circumference of the can twice in the EVA once in cardboard and once in acetate use a pot to make another circle within the larger circles and cut like this paste a circle in the can as well and trim the burrs paint the inside of the jar with black paint and paste here paste the circle of acetate on a folded sheet of yellow cellophane paper and glue the cardboard circle over cut burrs and glue the EVA circle over glue an EVA strip 8 mm thick and 3 cm wide around the circle and paste the Batman symbol here cut an EVA strip 2 centimeters wide and tape other smaller strips into it as well cut burrs and stick in that part of the can cut two thin strips of EVA and glue in the middle of the can so cut small circles of EVA and mark in the middle to simulate screws paste some in the front cut this mold twice in the cardboard and twice in the EVA and paste everything like that use an EVA strip to finish the side paste that other template here and stick that part on top of a pot paint everything with black PVA paint and make a dry painting with silver paint do the same thing in that other part pierce the can on both sides and also drill the base fasten by putting a screw on each side use a lighting source of your choice

99 thoughts on “DIY Bat Sinal Luminária – Batman (Time Lapse)”

  1. Douglas "PARABÉNS SHOW DE BOLA", por acaso vc teria algum video de como fazer efeito Fumaça com algodão ou outro material? Obrigado abraço.

  2. Boa tarde Douglas!
    Onde vc compra essa lanternas pequenas, pq ja procurei em todos os lugares e não achei?

    Obrigado.

  3. Vou fazer com uma lata de ninho, mas tô com dificuldade quanto os potes de iogurte. Não encontrei nenhum parecido com esses além do grego, será que serve? Pq são latas de tamanhos diferentes

  4. Ficou top mais eu acho que faltou tipo um papel Laminado, Telvez a luz ficasse mais forte n sei .. mais parabens show !!!

  5. El regalo perfecto para mi hermano (que tiene 47 años, pero parece de 12 XD)!!! Gracias por darme esa buena idea. Beijos!

  6. Olá Douglas sou novo no canal mas já virei fã, uma dúvida essa tampa azul que vc usa onde posso encontrar? Desde já muito obrigado e sucesso.

  7. Cara, você me surpreende mais a cada dia.Ótimo DIY. Um dia faço pelo menos uma das coisas que você faz no seu canal. Tudo muito bonito. Criatividade e Habilidade 1000…

  8. Que lindo, impressionante como ficou incrível. Descobri seu canal hoje e já me inscrevi e estou assistindo todos seus vídeos e estou amando todos, estou tendo muita idéia. Obrigada e parabéns.

  9. Hahahahahaha , QUANDO A CABINE TUBO do LADRAO imundo MUHAMMAD EXPLODIR , vou RIR MUITO . como O CORINGA , RIR MUITO POR DOIS MOTIVOS , O FIM DO LADRAO e O FIM de SUA LEGIAO ( policia ) hahahahahahahahaha

  10. I wonder how much that would be if you would come out making them for the public or so, when I’m pretty sure it would definitely make you hundreds of dollars worth of your wildest beliefs.

  11. This is the best video ever. I can't believe just how easy. That you make this look. Dam.. You sir have a new subscriber. Keep up the great work..

  12. This is fun. I suggest using a 10 ounce coffee can instead. It would be easier to remove both ends with no need to flatten the sharp edges by using a can opener. There are can openers that are designed to not leave sharp edges.

  13. In the 40s &. 50s, the Bat Signal was to shine its light on a cloud for Batman to see. Unfortunately, I doubt that this could work.

  14. Question how much light heat will that paper and plastic take. Even a 25 watt bulbs will melt and start a fire.

  15. Two things: 1) Gotta use your words dude. This project isn't self explanatory. 2) Like many have said, yay! It lights up. Does it project the bat on a wall or ceiling?

  16. Nul a chier. D'abord pour allumer et éteindre faut ouvrir le projecteur et aller chercher la petite led au fond, c une galère.
    Ensuite il est évident qu'une lumière aussi faible ne projettera pas le symbole.
    Et pour finir je ne vois pas l'intérêt du filtre jaune puisque le véritable symbole de Batman est projeté par une lumière blanche.

    Il suffirait de placer à l'intérieur une mini lampe de poche a led dont l'interrupteur se trouve au cul pour qu'elle soit facile à allumer et que le symbole se projette.
    La ca aurait été classe

  17. Trop fort ! Bel effet. Cela donne envie d'en faire un
    Dans le même style. Il y a Diy concernant Iron man
    https://youtu.be/xrgAQoLJNoY

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