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Topic: Help with Zombie...
Message: Posted by: Midwest_Magicians (May 31, 2006 03:16PM)
I am not new to magic but I want to spice up my act a little bit. I really like to use my Zombie and I would like to think I have a good presentation down but I want to finish it off with a bang. I have had good reactions and bad ones on how I finish it, by just setting it back on the table but what I was hoping to do is vanish it and then has a bird cage appear with a dove or some animal in it. I am just have a little problem vanishing my Zombie. If anyone has any ideas on how I would be able to perform this I would greatly appreciate it.
Message: Posted by: JDKelley (May 31, 2006 04:28PM)
I have done a vanish with the Zombie for quite some time. I use an oversize foulard...a 3' x 3' colorful sheet, really. It's sort of hard to explain the vanish in writing....I'll try to catch a video of it, and PM you with details. Maybe you'll be able to use it.
Message: Posted by: andre combrinck (May 31, 2006 04:56PM)
In one of the Tommy Wonder DVDs,Tommy teaches you how to make Zombie more deceptive.You should check this out as he gives outstanding tips and advice.He played a long time with it before bringing his own touches to it.
Please do yourself a favour and check it out.
AJ
Message: Posted by: Kent Wong (Jun 1, 2006 05:21PM)
The key question is does the move make sense? There are many moves you can perform with the Zombie, but not all of the moves convey the same character or meaning. Some moves are more serous while others are more playful. What is the character of your Zombie and does the move fit the character?

Kent
Message: Posted by: Chris Miller (Jun 2, 2006 07:33AM)
I have seen foulards advertised for Zombie that have a hidden feature which facilitates the disappearance of the zombie ball. Ask your local shop or favorite dealer. I'm sure they can recommend a product along this line. That might work for the vanish, and with some misdirection, you might swap in your dove or birdcage. Best of luck!

Chris
Message: Posted by: Midwest_Magicians (Jun 2, 2006 03:34PM)
Thank you all for your help I really appreciate it.