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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Where Form 8815 Valid

Instructions and Help about Where Form 8815 Valid

Hey everybody, I'm Jason Paige. I wanted to go over a couple of tips today and answer some questions about the plexiglass-like paintbrushes. The first tip I want to discuss is how to connect the flashlight to different light painting tools using the universal connector. All you need to do is push your flashlight into the connector and attach any of the different light painting brush attachments to the other end of the connector. It is important to ensure a secure attachment, especially when using heavier attachments like the plexiglass. To prevent the plexiglass from falling out, it is advised to hold the tool from the universal connector. Holding it closer to the connector allows for better balance. Another important point to note is that the attachments should be pushed in and out of the universal connector, not screwed in. Some people at workshops have made the mistake of trying to screw the attachments, but it is a simple push-and-pull system. To detach the attachment, simply push it in and rock it back and forth. Now, let's talk about changing the color of the light. There are two ways to do it. You can either use a color-changing flashlight or make use of gels. Gels are available from companies like Rosco and Li, and they come in a variety of colors. To change the color, place the gel over your flashlight and push it into the universal connector. This will give you the desired color. One common question is how to increase the lighting on the outside edge of the plexiglass. To achieve this, you can rough up the edge of the plexiglass using sandpaper. Start with 80 grit sandpaper, and gently sand the edge, making it rough. Avoid sanding the flat part of the plexiglass. Roughing the edge will...