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Discussion in 'Cardistry & Flourishing Forum' started by richard, Aug 31, 2007.
I love cardistry and this is the best site for it.
I'm new to cardistry and this forum but it's already awesome! I know a few basic flourishes along with sybil... I'm excited to hang out with you guys!
I am new here pretty much as to what goes on. I'm a bit of an intermediate skill magician, mostly with cards, but other things as well. A while back I bout the Guardians from here, and they are awesome.
Hi all I'm Tim and new to cardistry and this site. I've just picked it up in the past week after watching Shin Lim on Penn and teller fool us and was mesmerized. I've started out with Ramsay's Cardistry Basics - Tutorial on YouTube. I plan to buy a couple of dvds to learn more.
If anyone has any advice for a newcomer post away Also sorry if this is in the wrong place.
Start with one handed stuff and work them in both hands to build up dexterity if you want to do 2 handed stuff.
Learn the various deck holding grips and how to hold them properly.
And start off with decks of Bikes. Cheap, efficient, and you'll probably jack up a few decks as you learn how much grip you need to actually apply (as opposed to gorilla gripping them for a month or two)
Hadn't read that specific line before LOLOLOL
Very nice community so far! Lots of helpful people. Loving this forum!
I think this is a amazing site! I am new to cardistry and I am starting of with the basics and trying to learn as much as I can! I only wish I would have looked in to it years ago! Thank you for all the helpful videos!! keep it amazing!!
A newbie here, just started to learn cardistry since a week, yesterday received a bycicle deck and discovered that it is a little wider then the cards i started with. The charlier split Which i just got a hold of, is now impossible to do . So back to practise and i am sure the forum Will be very usefull.
I've been into cardistry for nearly two years (but spent a year without learning or creating anything), and I can tell that cardistry is more than just a hobby, it is a real community and lifestyle (I spend my day but a deck in one hand and my pen or my computer mouse in the other).