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Topic: Tezuma
Message: Posted by: 1KJ (Sep 9, 2017 01:39PM)
I saw a Japanese Magician named Kotaro Fujiyama (sp?) doing a routine with paper butterflies which he kept fluttering in the air with a couple handheld fans.

I am interested in learning this technique.

I tried with different types of papers and tissues with limited success.

Can anyone help?

KJ
Message: Posted by: 1KJ (Sep 14, 2017 03:12PM)
OK, I guess no one knows about this. I have been doing some experimentation with different types of paper with varying results.
Message: Posted by: 1KJ (Sep 25, 2017 05:05PM)
I am possibly just talking to myself at this point, but just in case...

I was really struggling with this until my six year old daughter decided she wanted to make a paper butterfly. She made one and it worked beautifully. When I drop mine and hers at the same time, hers takes about twice as long to gently float to the floor.

Also, I found a fan that has a cartoonish cat face painted on the fan. I now have my patter involving a cat and a butterfly.

It's turning into a routine!

KJ
Message: Posted by: gallagher (Oct 3, 2017 04:48PM)
There is a routine,
AND explaination(!),
in a book from Dai Vernon.

A little paper back book,.
sorry,
not sure of the title.

Maybe go to 'the Card section' and ask(?).
gallagher
Message: Posted by: Dollarbill (Oct 14, 2017 10:14PM)
Maybe library"com?