A lit cigarette is made by cutting a piece of white card and coloring it in with pencil crayons and markers. The butt is created using crumpled aluminum foil and orange and black permanent markers.
A hidden back panel is created using aluminum foil and cardboard. The aluminum foil reflects light through the wax paper “smoke” to create the illusion of depth and movement.
A smoke pattern is cut out of black paper.
The space is filled with wax paper which is attached with strips of black paper and glue.
Patterns or a message can be etched into the smoke (wax paper) using a toothpick.
It made it! The card I made in this video arrived at my friends Nick and Paul’s apartment in San Francisco, California.