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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by CaoLuanVNGottalent, Nov 5, 2018.
Galaxy Control 2.0 - Tran Cao Luan
Personally, I think there’s too much movement and your hands seem to simulate the action of drawing a card out of the deck. It looks similar to the mechanics of the classic Erdenase change, which I also find obvious and lacking magicallity.
Maybe give a purpose to the movement and it will seem more natural?
A spectator may not know what you did but it will be obvious to them that you did something.
I agree with Reality one. In the video you were just doing the move. I would think in a trick you would add misdirection while you did that or make an excuse to make that action look normal. From a slight stand point I think it is great.
Thanks for your suggestions, my video is just a sample. You will see the difference when looking at different angles.