Sunday, June 24, 2012

PHOTO GALLERY | How to make an invisible centurion demon visible again

It just takes a can of hairspray and a lighter to light up some demons' lives. During an early morning attack by members of the Red Horde on March 13th, 2012, I felt like I needed a way to capture what was going on in my life on camera; but, I soon realized that when the demons were cloaked, my shoddy equipment wasn't registering their presence.

That's when I decided to kill two birds with one stone—to both eradicate the demons from my apartment, and illuminate them at the same time.

In this still frame, the flame from the can of hairspray wraps around the rather large head of a centurion demon as it retreats back into the floor.
The lips, nose, cheek and chin of a centurion demon in retreat
They retreated that morning without me having to run from my apartment for the first time ever, as they had not yet adapted their cloak to sudden changes in heat (now, they all have, after I flamed three idiot demons standing outside my front window one time—apparently, they were very important [see also Cloaked demon claims trachea squeezed shut]). The flames sparked when they came into contact with their outer skin, which also turned a blue color when lingering (for you scientists out there).

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