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Topic: Strictly Outlaw!!!
Message: Posted by: paisa23 (Aug 2, 2010 01:30PM)
This is for all owners of Outlaw products. I would love to read some of what you guys are doing out there with these gems, Like Relic, Manhatanville, Sioku, Outlaw wallet, amongst all others. Great products just haven't read in a while some your guys ventures with them.
Message: Posted by: dennfox (Aug 2, 2010 01:53PM)
There is the "OUTLAW FORUM" which has some of what you're looking for.
Message: Posted by: Damon Reinbold (Aug 2, 2010 02:23PM)
Luba and the Luna Key Box were the centerpiece and majority of The Departed which ran much of last year in Alburquque with Death Came Knocking and Phantoms doing the same in The Possessed this year. Also used Duel to great extent along with Templar in other various performances.

regards,

Damon
Message: Posted by: Vic Nadata (Aug 2, 2010 02:30PM)
I use Outlaw's items all the time. I think I presented my Departed presentation 3 times in the last week or so. I own almost every item and have used them with great results.
Message: Posted by: DrTodd (Aug 4, 2010 08:46AM)
Luna features in my current theatre show 'An Evening of Enchantment' and is a regular 'bundle' for more intimate performances...
Message: Posted by: Dr Spektor (Aug 4, 2010 04:24PM)
Luna is my fav of the booktests... got me to go buy a straight jacket for the presentation...
Message: Posted by: Mind_Magic (Aug 7, 2010 04:03PM)
I have most of Roth products. All of them are great and top quality.
Always use from two to three products. They help me to enhance my show.
Message: Posted by: Bill Fienning (Aug 7, 2010 10:46PM)
As I have noted elsewhere, Outlaw products are very well done. But if you buy one, don't rush to present it. They deserve careful thought, presentation and practice. Only by embedding the product in the proper atmospheric situation can you get the maximum impact from it. Outlaw's stuff is not a "trick" and should not be presented in that context. Their stuff is REAL, even if we know that it isn't.
Message: Posted by: miss_vega_bond (Aug 7, 2010 11:37PM)
Ah!
Does anyone know what the difference between the carnie and the carnie flemish tarot decks are?
xxVB
Message: Posted by: Roth (Aug 8, 2010 12:22AM)
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On 2010-08-08 00:37, miss_vega_bond wrote:
Ah!
Does anyone know what the difference between the carnie and the carnie flemish tarot decks are?
xxVB
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Carnie is a traditional Flemish with masks and skulls added.

Carnie Traditional is a traditional Flemish

Both are hand aged and both have the same backs with markings