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mpicard
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When it comes to visual sponge balls as well as silk routine. one TT, one blue 12inch and a red 12 inch. start with acolour change , then to a test condituion vanish with one spectator holding wrist and then appearance of vaniched silks in mouth. Great visual street magic perfect for busking impromptu etc. after these the audience is on your side and that way you can do your favourite effects to kick it up a notch so to speak. Too many forget that you are entertaining an audience of people not out to fool magicians.
Dale J. O'Neill
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I would say the "Wonder Silk Vanishing Tube" from Viking is the most visual I have purchased.
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Dale J. O'Neill
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Or maybe the "Vanishing Cane" I also use a homemade appearing pole that is 8 feet long. People really can't believe it can appear from my hat, jacket pocket, paper bag, etc..
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Extreme Burn 2.0. A handful of bills of any denomination attracts attention. Turning a bunch of ones into hundreds in about one second is pretty stunning.
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Smoke by Alan Rorrison is kinda amazing. Was blown away when I first saw it!
JeremyTan
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On 2006-06-01 06:39, lawrens wrote:
Bonjour!

I recently find that a lot of stunning magic could rise from crystal ball...
The purest form of floating ball effect, with no gimmick and no silk!
I'm currently working it out through "personal" moves and video's I can put my hands on...

Did you try it?


a big fan of your work on contact. Greetings from Singapore!
Magically Yours,
Jeremy Tan

Singapore's Favourite Magician
www.JeremyTan.com

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Jeff Christensen
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Kevin James - Bowlarama or Axtell's Remote Controlled Drawing Board.
TheMagicOfDean
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Watermark by Mathieu Bich. Really Visual!
whiteoakcanyon
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In A Flash by Jay Sankey

Floating Ring using ITR: Magick Balay is one source to learn this effect

Invisible Deck: I pulled mine out yesterday after years of sitting in a drawer. What a fool I have been. I just forgot how strong that simple little effect really can be.
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Banachek's PK Pen!!!
MerlinCrow
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I only use Cards, Magnet, and Thread in my magic.
I have to admit, the magnets and Thread nowadays are almost Alien Technologies.
Super strong, and incredible thin.
Magical on there self.

Merlin
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The Turbo Stick. Not just a trick but a routine. Available from Richard Sanders or most magic suppliers.
How
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I am going to go with double cross. So visual and happens in the spec hands! Amazing
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On Sep 15, 2011, theinternetguru wrote:
Extreme Burn 2.0. A handful of bills of any denomination attracts attention. Turning a bunch of ones into hundreds in about one second is pretty stunning.


Extreme burn 2.0 is extremely powerful. The only issue I have with it is it’s little angle problematic from the side.
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Right now my most favorite visual trick is Jay Sankeys Holy Moley. The hole in the washer disappears, and the hole is added to another washer held tightly in their hands.
donny
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Street and visually stunning as per OP (attention getters, visual,gags, ambush magic). Just the tricks, and mostly unmentioned, also no cards here:

IBALANCE - Hypnotic coin (kids, gag) - Judy the mouse - Little Hand - Appearing giant straw - D'lites to Sponge - Bright Flash tip - Coin Bite - Two Dollar Window - Karate Coin - Toll Free - Pointless - Self Tying Shoelace - Silk from TT rolled dollar - Mis Made Bill - Levitation of rubber band and straw - Recapped - Nun - Coin through plexiglass - The Thing - Prismatic Pencil - Double Cross - CHOP - OX Bender - Re-volution bolt/nut - Odyssey ring - Coin from Pencap - Ignition key
It's not their senses that mislead, it's their assumptions.
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Fiber optics by richard sanders
debjit
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Here are few of the visual effects I perform:

1. Animation with Invisible Thread/Loops (floating dollar bill and the like)
2. Coin into Bottle with PK ring
3. Transformations using a thumbtip
4. Ring Leader by Gregory Wilson
5. Dresscode by Calen Morelli
6. Fire Wallet
7. Self Tying Shoelaces
8. Multiple Card Productions
9. Appearing Wand
10. Extreme Burn 2.0
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Wow nice list Debjit. Will have to check them out.

My favorite visual effects are Frixion Pen, Pressure, Flashpaper productions and spongeballs.
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