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Topic: Drawn out
Message: Posted by: Zackary (Jan 28, 2003 03:42PM)
Does anybody have this trick?Is it angly,does it get a good response from the spectator?Any info would be great.
Zack
Message: Posted by: chappelly (Jan 29, 2003 05:44AM)
Hey Zack,
I've got this trick and use it from time to time.It's not a bad trick and the spectator gets a card to keep at the end.The timing needs to be right otherwise the spec may see something.It normally gets a good response.The spec sees a card move on a drawing then become part of the drawing.It's a novelty effect that is pretty easy to do.


Chappelly
Message: Posted by: Marvelous (Feb 1, 2003 12:16AM)
I love this trick. It is like a baby Cardiographic but with much easier handling and practically no set up. Get this. It is great.
Message: Posted by: Paris (Feb 3, 2003 05:52PM)
I have this trick. I don't use it much. Its seems to be limited by the lighting and the how close the spectator is . The gimmick can be seen. Give it 6/10. :coolspot:
Message: Posted by: bekralik (Feb 3, 2003 09:26PM)
>I have this trick. I don't use it much. Its
>seems to be limited by the lighting and the
>how close the spectator is . The gimmick
>can be seen. Give it 6/10.

I'd concur with this rating. It's also fairly delicate. Not at all deceptive for a close-up performance, unless you're in a dark bar ... even though, I wouldn't risk it. Actually now that I remember it, it wasn't well-designed and you could see clearly where the gimmick ended and where the 'ungaffed' begins. Bah. Tempus Fugit is marginally better in design.

Brian