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Vath • Cambodia • 4/12/2013
Impractical; I shouldn't have bought this effect.
Dylan • Canada • 1/28/2013
This blew my mind.
Jahid • London • 11/2/2012
Great trick. I use this a lot!
Jackson • Mars • 9/22/2012
I really love Dalton's effects, but this one took a non gimmicked effect that worked just fine and made it a gimmicked mess.
Ian • Singapore • 5/4/2012
Wonderful! I really like this! :D
Dave Williams • USA • 3/20/2012
What on earth would make Dalton think that this is a logical step forward, on practicality and method from Houchins Sinful!?
I think Dalton released this as a joke because there's no way this has any creative thought behind it.
This has taken the original Sinful plot, made unpractical, non-impromptu and un-examinable.
Awful effect, nice trailer.
Andrew Marr • London • 3/13/2012
Disappointing... Very deceptive trailer and not at all practical.
Ben s.Taylor • UK • 2/25/2012
Really love this. Everyone is saying it's not practical, but I completely disagree. You ask a spectator if they want to see some magic, they say yes...they're not going to ask you why you have a soda can are they??
He goes through a lot of different ideas and methods; teaches you a couple of different gimmicks; and the best part of all is that he doesn't leave a single thing out.
This is what you would expect from the magical mind of Dalton Wayne. 6 stars if I could, but an easy 5 stars! GET THIS NOW!
Ben 'scrambled egg brains • Williams • 1/30/2012
I like! I like it a lot! The simple methods and casual touches in Dalton's effect really make this feel magical. Not only do I love the method but I love the touches he has brought to the table. You can tell he has performed and done this a lot.
In the words of McDonalds, 'I'm Lovin' it!' Cheers Dalton!
Andreas Svart • Denmark • 1/21/2012
If you have a good way of getting a can with you when you perform, this is a great effect. I love the clever method. I think i will use the sealed soda penetration alot in the future.
Matt • England • 1/12/2012
Wow; the best video as teaching goes that I have bought from theory11. I love these tricks so much!
Michael Boothe • Arizona • 1/11/2012
I was skeptical of getting this at first. I didn't think that the method was as "fool proof" as it is. Well now that I've got it I am more than happy with my purchase. Dalton exceeded my expectations for sure. I love this effect. 5/5 from me Dalton.
Acer Cyrus • Philipines • 1/5/2012
This is probably one of my favorite methods for a melt-thru routine. The things I like about this is his creativity. As I watched the trailer it looks striking and cool. I like the way he combines these elements to create a cool and wonderful video. For the gimmick, the method is unexpected and can be done with many other applications. For $10, not bad. Nice job Dalton!
Alex Sanchez • San Antonio • 1/2/2012
Like what everyone else is saying the effect is cool for a house party or video, but I wouldnt be walking around with a soda can. The video teaching is good. He tells you what to do and all, but like I said, it's not for me.
Chris Hanowell • Georgia • 1/1/2012
It's a cool, visual, and neat little effect. But it's just not practical for me to be carrying around soda. I honestly thought the best thing on the download was the changing ink. But if you like these type of effects that you could set up and perform at a house party of something like that. Then this is a good trick for you, just not practical for me to perform often. 4 stars.
Kevin Li • California • 12/31/2011
Not only will you put coins in a can, but also put cell phones too! This is a very clever gimmick that can be handled better in house parties rather than the streets.
Kevin Patterson • Ohio • 12/31/2011
To be honest, the method is far from good. It is EXACTLY what you'd expect it to be. Thus, not making it at all creative or practical.
On the positive, the quality is incredible, teaching is second to none and it is an interesting watch.
Based on everything I've seen so far from Dalton, he isn't going to be a creative star in magic but I feel he shall certainly go a long way for his unique style, enthusiasm and obvious passion for the art.
Joseph James • Texas • 12/31/2011
Dalton told me about this effect awhile before it's release so I'd been waiting for it to come out for a long time. When he showed me his unlisted trailer, Osmosis absolutely fooled me. I bought it last night and I have to say, it's very clever. Dalton came out swinging with Osmosis. The moving ink is insane. Good job man.
Geraint Clarke • South Wales • 12/31/2011
This just isn't what I expected... the teaching is great, the download is great quality, and Dalton has provided lots of applications, but the gimmick just isn't practical for me to carry around and perform.
If you're performing for a TV special or showreel this is a great visual. Just not as practical as other coin in can methods... in my opinion. If you like the preview and you don't mind setting this up at a house party or performing it at school then it's well worth the $10.
Hanson Chien • Taiwan • 12/31/2011
This idea is very clever. The explanation is very detailed. I love it.
David Tang • Palm Desert, CA • 12/31/2011
This is amazing! He doesn't just teach you this effect but many other applications. Dalton goes over everything you should know about this... it's very practical. Get it!
Zachary Tan • Singapore • 12/31/2011
Another awesome effect from you, good job!
Stephanie • Las Vegas, NV • 12/30/2011
I gave this a strong 5 stars but the rating thingy kept screwing with me. This is well worth 10 bucks!