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Topic: Andrew Mayne Books
Message: Posted by: Tor Egil (Feb 20, 2003 10:50AM)
Are any of the Andrew Mayne books any good? I thought on buying solo x or illusion book. Are they any good?
Message: Posted by: alexkrey (Feb 20, 2003 02:45PM)
Only for professionals! :spinningcoin:
Message: Posted by: Tor Egil (Feb 20, 2003 07:46PM)
I don't have an asisten and Im not planing on getting one either. I want to do one man illusions What kind of book do you recemend?
Message: Posted by: alexkrey (Feb 21, 2003 01:44PM)
Paul Osborne "Illusionsystem" 1-4.
Rand Woodbury "Illusionworks" 1-3 + "Diversion".
Jim Steinmeyer "Divece and illusion", "Modern Art". :spinningcoin:
Message: Posted by: Gracy_hm (Feb 22, 2003 04:00PM)
If you have carpendry experiance I can recomend SOlo X since it is for the SOLO performer but you must be knoledgable with the tools of the trade to build the effects.

Take care,
Kyle
Message: Posted by: Tor Egil (Feb 22, 2003 04:27PM)
Could you name a few illusions that you can learn in solo x?
Message: Posted by: Gracy_hm (Feb 22, 2003 04:48PM)
Certainly,
Walking thru a fan, Crawling thru a CD, Shrinking yourself to 1 foot tall, walking thru a mirror, shinking your head, and producing a T.V from a breifcase.

Those aren't all of the illusions in this book but they giive you an idea.

Take care,
Kyle