Black Metal Glass Table

black metal glass table
    black metal
  • A type of heavy metal music having lyrics that deal with Satan and the supernatural
  • Black metal is an extreme subgenre of heavy metal. It often uses fast tempos, shrieked vocals, highly distorted guitars played with tremolo picking, blast beat drumming, and unconventional song structure.
  • Black Metal is the second album by the English band Venom. It was released in November 1982 and is considered a major influence on the thrash metal, death metal and black metal scenes that emerged in the 1980s and early 1990s.
  • Rick Spears is an American comic book writer, best known for works such as The Pirates of Coney Island and Black Metal.
    glass table
  • Put your opponent through a table that's covered in glass

Flaming Marble Setup
Flaming Marble Setup
Not recommended for those of a nervous disposition :) All setup ready to add the flammable liquid to the spoon. For this I use cigarette lighter fluid, which is neat petroleum spirit and must be used with caution. One advantage of placing it in a metal spoon is that the flame is kept confined and only a couple of drops are needed. Lighting of the spoon from below is done with a makeshift light table. This is a cardboard box with a white interior which has a 20watt stick type CFL lamp in it. On top of the box a sheet of glass which is in turn covered with the white nylon front panel from a light tent, but any white material that lets light through will do, even a sheet of white paper. As I wanted a red colour light, a vacuum formed tray from a pack of cakes was used and surrounded with black cards to block the white light from escaping. Finally, a sheet of black fun foam is placed about 12inches/300mm behind for the background. Much better than any other material I have tried for absorbing light and doesnt reflect it like paper or card.
Contemplation 365/345
Contemplation  365/345
Bit late with yesterdays shot, as I was away from the computer all day. As the light box was still sat on the coffee table from the leaf shot, it was put to use again. I know this is probably not the kind of shot most would think of for a light table, but I like the effect of lighting from below on a solid object. With this little bronze statuette, the metal has almost blackened with age, it has also been set on fire a few times :) Even when given a polish, it is still dark, but there is enough shine to reflect the light nicely. A white reflector was also held above to bounce a bit of light back onto the subject. Only editing here was to remove a couple of specks of dust that I missed when polishing it. Even the background required no adjustment :) Previous shot of the DIY light table below for those who have not seen it before.

black metal glass table
See also:
small oak end tables
console to card to dinner table
teak side table
iron table with glass top
marble coffee and end tables
corner buffet table
hinged coffee table
glass top patio table