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I really like to video, but I think that the editing could've been done a little better. Nice work though!
Oooooh, this'll be fun. Can't wait!
Here is my entry:
You are not allowed to use playing cards. :/
Here, is my entry.
Had fun with this one. I hope to see more in the future that are similar!
Your ultimate goal should not be to make it completely invisible. It would take years of practice to make it undetectable.
Instead, you should...
I find #4 very beautiful.
I agree, it is difficult to see what the effect is without replaying the video multiply times.
Secondly, the song could definitely be changed. I...
Great performance! Seemed like everyone was having a great time.
I prefer the red Tally Ho's, circle back edition. :)
I don't really care how I open it. I usually just peel off the seal and take the cellophane off.
Nice. The flourishes are looking great.
Anything works really. It's basically just the same as magic on the street because you are just walking around meeting people and showing them tricks.
The video is private.
Black: 6 of Spades
White: King of Diamonds
Black: 7 of Hearts
White: Jack of Hearts
The Subtle Card Shift is a great control to the top, which is pretty easy too.
The first time I was really introduced to magic was when is was around the age of nine. My grandparents took me to see a comedy/magic act.
You could use Patrick Kun's "Vector", which can be done using a borrowed deck and is completely impromptu.
I'm pretty sure I know how it is done because you flashed a bit. Also, another problem is that when the screenshot supposedly was taken, it looked...
Good luck all!