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Topic: Constructive comments on my new promo vid.
Message: Posted by: theamazingarthur (Nov 25, 2012 10:40PM)
Looking for any ideas on how to make it better. Thanks.


Check out my website at http://www.professionalshowoff.com
Message: Posted by: Christopher Lyle (Nov 25, 2012 10:57PM)
I absolutely loved that! Full of energy and very clever! I'd pay to see your show!
Message: Posted by: theamazingarthur (Nov 25, 2012 11:07PM)
If you liked it please give thumbs up. I would ask if you have any positive comments on the link, please leave them. Negative ones, leave them here! Thanks.
Message: Posted by: Christopher Lyle (Nov 25, 2012 11:34PM)

Where did you get your case?
Message: Posted by: JoeJoe (Nov 25, 2012 11:42PM)
I thought it was great!

The only thing I could suggest is to record other shows with different backgrounds and wearing different clothes ... creates the mental impression that you have more experience.

Message: Posted by: theamazingarthur (Nov 25, 2012 11:48PM)
The case...oh how I miss it! There used to be a place in Omaha (where I'm from) called JustinCase. They specialized in cases for rock bands, big ones on tour. They did Dave Mathews, Foo Fighters, etc. They even did Carrot Top's cases. I had two beautiful custom made cases from them and it was a very good price. On tour after a long day of driving, I found myself awoken by a phone call at 6am from the cops in the Pueblo Colorado Hampton Inn this June. Meet them in the lot (I already knew where this was headed). Four cars in the lot broken into. You guessed it-every single thing from the back of my car was taken. Over a thousand of my new business cards, my 6 foot poster of me (I can see why they wanted that honestly). All my sound equipment, speakers, new headset mic, tripod-everything. Well, not quite everything as they left my sport coats and vests. What's up with that?

Had to cancel the rest of the tour, drive back to the The Amazing Arthur World Headquarters and regroup. Went to my custom case store and they went out of business! ARGH.....

Thanks for the comments on the vid!
Message: Posted by: Leo Reynolds Jr (Nov 26, 2012 02:59PM)
Great video and website I was laughing at the video and then went to your website and completely lost it with the 9 times gag.
I'd pay to see your act.

Leo Jr
Message: Posted by: professorwhut (Nov 26, 2012 05:26PM)
Very Funny,
Your web site is top notch!
Message: Posted by: Steven Keyl (Nov 26, 2012 06:27PM)
Clean site. Funny material. Good work all around.
Message: Posted by: whiteoakcanyon (Nov 26, 2012 09:27PM)
Great promotional video.
Message: Posted by: Chad Sanborn (Dec 5, 2012 11:57AM)
Very funny! the balloon hat at the end is priceless! keep up the good work!
Message: Posted by: Ray Tupper. (Dec 5, 2012 03:31PM)
I thought that was great,apart from one tiny,minor thing.It probably wouldn't even bother anyone else.
When you get the testimonies from the clients,it would have been nice to include their names.
Reg from Braugner foods,rather than just Braugner foods.
I even thought it was Val from Mont industries....And the Dutch girl,Andrews Van Lines.
Only joking,but I hope you know what I mean.
Everything else was top-notch.
Message: Posted by: vinh.giang (Dec 8, 2012 01:50AM)
Fantastic!! I loved it! The only thing I will pick on would have to be the quality of the footage for your main stage show. I think it would be amazing to see some more HD footage to really bring out the quality of what you do, I do a lot of corporate work in Australia and I got judged on this. They associated the quality of what I do with the quality of the footage I used. I also think that maybe you could add a few more pieces of footage from different shows just to show how you can do big show and small shows etc, really it's just a chance to show how many gigs you've done as well (build a more credibility!). I also use a website called http://www.pond5.com which is great for finding intros and outros for text which look really professional and some of them only costs $10 each! All these critiques are really just on the technical side of things otherwise your performance and showmanship etc was just amazing!
Love your work mate and all the best!
Message: Posted by: BrianMillerMagic (Dec 8, 2012 06:47AM)
Fantastic! I can't remember the last time I really laughed hard at another magician's promo video. Really enjoyable. Best to you!
Message: Posted by: 1KJ (Dec 12, 2012 12:39AM)
Great promo. I like how you highlighted the comedy on the video and let the testimonials speak to both the comedy and the magic. I think the only thing to change is the production quality. I know it takes some bucks, but consider hiring someone to up the production quality.