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Is the card reversed secretly or is it more like a production?
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I hope the way you talk about your spectators isn't an indication of your general attitude towards people, because that may be...
That was a joy to watch!
That looks really cool. If you can get to do that to a real life audience it'll destroy!
^^ That is orignally a David Harkey production I believe, except DH didn't use a rose, just regular flash paper. Looks cool but I don't get WHY...
Yeah you should look at repositioning your camera, get a bigger space into the shot, more space makes these particular moves a lot more decpetive,...
I think i'd have to see that in the context of an effect (With a spectator picking the card) before I could give any feedback on that. That could...
I published a tutorial on a colour change very similar to this on a sadly long-gone magic theory site a couple years ago. I couldn't find a...
What's the story with the ace of diamonds?
Check out dave forrests production 'packs a wallop' from his Trickery set, if you can. Been doing it for years and it's still wicked cool.
Try detecting the orientation of the coin before the false turnover by feel rather than by peeking the coin. Much quicker after practice and your...
It looks identical to Alan Ackermans handling of the Kelly bottom placement to me? Either way, it's fine but yeah, could benefit from being smoother.
One of my favourite bits from AoA. Needs a bit of finessing but it looks decent.
Dan and Daves method is good. I think it's also in the Organic booklet. I used to gimmick my own coins for controlled coin tosses. Was pretty...
I believe it is down as 'the charlier control' and is credited to Michel Huot and Steve Duperre.
Looks really great brother!
This was published in David Acer's Random Acts of Magic.
Does it need to be in-the-hands? If you have a table, you could discreetly deposit the palmed cards back onto the top of the deck as you draw...
That looks really nice man! You got chops!