Would You Pay For This?

Discussion in 'The Marketplace' started by Toby Langdon, Nov 8, 2016.

  1. Hey Guys, I came up with this effect a couple of months ago and would like to see what you guys think. I know the filming isn't the best but I think you can tell what's going on. When I hopefully release this effect I will also include a not so good impromptu version as well as a bonus trick you can do with the torn cards. How much would you pay for this? Thanks

    Tornspo - A spectator selects a card, you take the card tear it into two, show the spectator the two pieces and place one half face down in there hand and the other half face up as a kind of receipt. Another spectator then selects another card. You tear the card exactly the same as you did the first and place one half face down and one face up. With just a tap the two face down half's change places. you can then show that the 'receipts' match perfectly with its other half.

  2. Honestly, nothing. The method is obvious and would be obvious to anyone who knows any torn and restored card routine and Wayne Houchin's French Kiss. A better handling would be to have the spectator tear the card and use a billet switch or a card loading technique using the torn halves to accomplish the dirty work.
  3. Oh... Ok thank you I don't know any TnR's so I didn't know this. Thanks :)
  4. Actually, I was able to rewatch the video on a computer (rather than a phone). Part of the method doesn't seem to be what I had though. I'll PM you my thoughts on what the method is. If it is what I think, it is a good idea but my sense still is that it isn't that substantial of an improvement over French Kiss to justify buying it.
  5. Ok thank you I'll keep on creating
  6. Personally, I really like it. I think that I have caught the method, but I cant see any spectators figuring it out if performed correctly. I could see paying a few bucks for it.
    Toby Langdon likes this.
  7. Thank you very much :) I'm going to perfect it first and then I might release it. :)
  8. No problem, I would definitely be interested in purchasing this, as I could see myself performing this often. I really hope you do release it.
  9. Thank you :)
  10. My personal opinion: If you have to ask if someone would pay for it, then it's not ready to be sold.
    francismcallister likes this.

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