With a digital camera, tripod, and Photoshop!
That's my guess.
Obviously this was done by having some really really small people drive a really really small motor vehicle over water so fast that they set the water on fire.
I would also guess that you used a medium to large format film camera, on a tripod and loaded with Fuji Velvia that you had to custom order.
Layed down two long squirts of lighter fluid, placed the truck in the correct position, and lit the lighter fluid.
Or, you rubbed the truck back and forth really fast until the floor caught fire. I could go either way!
Tact is the art of making a point without making any enemy. Howard W. Newton
I think the correct question should be: Why did you do it? :)
For whom did you do it?
How did you get that toy truck to go 88MPH?!?!?!
[I]I want to live until I die. No more, no less.
small dragons clinging to the undercarriage?
That is not really your foot- the truck is actual size with figurines that are six feet tall- under the hood is a balanced and blue-printed 396 re-bore and the flames are real- Elementary my dear Watson!
Not sure how you did it...but I hope the kids weren't around to get any ideas.
"It is better to keep your mouth closed and let people think you are a fool than to open it and remove all doubt." - Mark Twain
My guess is you have a burner from a gas grill just beneath a sandy surface. You then detuned it to make yellow flames instead of blue flames.
Relax...Take it easy...Enjoy the lather.
Steward in the General Shaving Discussion Forum
D70 on tripod. Toy car on stone patio. I opened the shutter (using bulb) and dragged a lit lighter behind the back wheels to create the flame. Then, I used a flashlight, with a homemade snoot made out of aluminum foil, and placed it at the headlights pointing at the ground. Closed the shutter. Cropped in Photoshop, and VOILA!
Excellent. Not unlike the famous photo of Picasso drawing with a flashlight.