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Topic: The Web From Dream Illusions
Message: Posted by: Alex Tan (Apr 14, 2006 04:38AM)
I recieved The Web illusion from Jack Murray of Dream Illusions last week.

The quality of the illusion and the ATA case is fantastic. I've seen the works of many builders and I must say, Jack's work is definitely on par with many of the big name builders. What's best,is the fact that you wouldn't have to pay premium pricing and his service is unmatched. Jack literally updated me via email almost daily on the progress of the construction and he kept to the schedule very well.

I have been working with the illusion for about a week and it really is a great one-man illusion with everything very well thought-out. It's an amazing illusion that will probably fool anyone who's not in the know. More incredibly, it's actually quite simple to perform.

The Web from Dream Illusions has my highest recommendation for anyone looking for an amazing one-man illusion that's well built.

Thanks Jack for doing a great job!

I'm definitely looking forward to working with Jack again.
Message: Posted by: pholman280 (Apr 14, 2006 11:16AM)
Just dittoing what was just posted about Jack Murray's Web illusion that I recieved ......I did not hesitate in ordering this great one man illusion from Jack as I have dealt with him in the past when he built my Konumdrum Kube illusion (what a great illusion). Jack bottom line builds great illusions and has a customer in me for life, or as long as he is in business....
Message: Posted by: joegow (Sep 14, 2006 11:18PM)
What is the web illusion? this is one that I havent heard of
Message: Posted by: mysticalmike (Sep 14, 2006 11:46PM)
Check it out you can see it here.
Message: Posted by: paraguppie (Sep 16, 2006 12:28PM)

Glad to hear you like his work. He has been great for my show! I have a Konundrum Kube and Fire Cage from his shop, along with 4 ATA cases! All great stuff!

Message: Posted by: Lance Richardson (Sep 17, 2006 03:40AM)
Thanks everyone for the kind words on my Web illusion, Jack and I have been very pleased with the response of this piece.
As a designer there is only so much one can do, then its time to turn it over to a builder and let him add his part, Jack took my idea and made it a very practical illusion that sets up in minutes.
I must say the one Jack is building is much better that the prototype I delivered to him and that is way I chose him to build The Web.

Lance Richardson
Creator of The Web and Sword Flight
Message: Posted by: jonathandupree (Dec 16, 2006 09:20PM)
I love my Web as well. Looks so sharp and works so smooth. Very impressive looking.

Message: Posted by: The Mirror Images (Dec 17, 2006 10:05PM)
Welcome to one of the many satisfied customers of Dream Illusions. Always top notch props and cases from Jack Murry of Dream Illusion. Keep up the awesome work guys!!
Message: Posted by: Kevin Ridgeway (Dec 17, 2006 10:46PM)
I gotta jump on the bandwagon...well actually I have been on board since day one. The Web is a great piece Lance created..and indeed Jack took it to another level.

Jack is definately making a name for himself..and as far as Lance goes...well just let me say this, keep you eye out for him. Some big things are in order pretty soon.

Message: Posted by: abra (Dec 25, 2006 08:06PM)
Hello everyone I just ordered my WEB from Jack just this past weekend, it looks great and it's exactly what I am looking for portable and plays BIG! can't wait to put this in my show. I also own a Konumdrum Kube what a great Illusion too. Well Happy Holidays to everyone out there.

Message: Posted by: illusionman2 (Dec 26, 2006 06:57AM)
Does this use one rope or more? The video makes it look like it uses more than one as he is threading one rope as a spectator still has one in his hand.
Message: Posted by: Amazing Magic Co (Dec 26, 2006 08:26AM)
One rope .... the spectators hold each end.

Message: Posted by: Kevin Ridgeway (Dec 26, 2006 05:48PM)
It uses one rope.
It is long enough to weave the 'web' that the performer will be walking thru, tied with and being held by the two spectators.

Message: Posted by: Jack Murray (Jan 6, 2007 07:02AM)
If I haven't already mentioned it yet, the Web is made completely of powder coated Aluminum.