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Topic: Ghost glass query
Message: Posted by: Ross (May 21, 2010 07:40AM)
Would Ghost Glass work on a silver coin, like a UK 10p?

Any help much appreciated.

Regards,

Rosss
Message: Posted by: docsteve (May 21, 2010 11:14AM)
Dunno - but maybe can tell you by tonight (if I can find the bloody stuff!)
Message: Posted by: Philemon Vanderbeck (May 21, 2010 11:35AM)
I seriously doubt it.
Message: Posted by: Ross (May 22, 2010 06:12AM)
Cheers people,

Let me know if you try it out Steve.

So we're thinking just glass then?
Message: Posted by: markthorold (May 22, 2010 02:07PM)
It doesn't appear to ...
Regards Mark
Message: Posted by: markthorold (May 22, 2010 02:08PM)
However it does on a clear photograph locket , maybe encase the coin ?
Regards Mark
Message: Posted by: William Draven (May 23, 2010 12:27AM)
I have some time in using Ghost Glass II or Impromptu Ghost Glass what ever it's going by now days, and I don't think it would work well on a coin per say. I do like the idea of having the coin in something protective like a locket or what not. But I don't think you'll get the effect to work on the coin itself.
Message: Posted by: Ross (May 23, 2010 06:40AM)
Thanks everyone,

I'm looking for a way to make a number disappear, and in a kind of 'magical way'. Any other ideas most welcome.

Regards,

Ross
Message: Posted by: handa (May 23, 2010 08:44AM)
I'd look at Kenton Knepper's "X" manuscript and the prop available in relation to this.

I think that this is general enough to post w/o getting in trouble for revealing a method.

Chris
Message: Posted by: docsteve (May 23, 2010 05:26PM)
Ross
This is just an idea, but how about using the old "Gozinta" principle?
With the correct motivation (e.g. a chalice, etc etc) then you could have a scenario where YOU write the spectator's symbol/number/intilas, followed by a penetration and 'cleansing' proving you use an "x" as Chris Advises???
S