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Topic: EYE-GORE shells
Message: Posted by: Dave V (Jul 31, 2014 05:02PM)
If you haven't seen the photos yet on Facebook, it looks like our friend Roscoe has another hit on his hands.
These two styles of skull shells will be available in about a month from www.stevensmagic.com/shop/eye-gore-skeleton-shells-by-roscoe

Message: Posted by: LeoH (Jul 31, 2014 08:26PM)
I started salivating when I saw these in the recent Stevens mailer. Perfect for Renn Faire pirate character, care to play a game using my lucky monkey skulls? Hopefully they will be more lucky for you than they were for the monkeys.........
Message: Posted by: skyfire (Aug 7, 2014 08:59PM)
Does anyone know what the bottom of these skulls are like? Chain Dip? Flat like a Bottom Ridge?
Message: Posted by: David95 (Aug 9, 2014 06:26AM)
I Believe the add says Chanin Dip on the larger size.
Message: Posted by: george1953 (Aug 9, 2014 08:32AM)
Dave, why don't you post this in Spooky as well, I am sure some of the guys there would be interested .
Message: Posted by: MikeDes (Oct 18, 2014 07:55PM)
These are my shells for Halloween!

Message: Posted by: LeoH (Oct 18, 2014 08:12PM)
I just added both of Roscoe's sets to my collection. They are both really neat to work with, but I have fallen in love with the "Marie Antionette" shells. I have smaller hands and they handle like a dream for me.
Message: Posted by: ROSCOE (Oct 26, 2014 10:47AM)
RoseRed and I are delighted you guys like our Sure-grip Skulls. I love performing with them myself, and last night at Wichita's Old Cowtown Museum's Halloween event, I performed for 3 1/2 hours straight with both EYE-Gore and Marie Antoinette. I was surrounded by laughing audiences the entire time, and it was great fun. I agree with LeoH Marie Antoinette handles like a well tuned sports car, and one of the things I like about her is the ability to confine the entire game to about a square foot of performance area. She gives me a very classy looking, gentlemanly game with the absolute minimum of shell movement. EYE-Gore handles just as well, but I need more room; on the other hand, EYE-Gore is just hilarious and I would say he is the audience favorite. I performed on my coffin-lid table, the "inside" or performance side of which I've covered with leather, rough side up. I had intended to bring along my close-up pad, but I'd forgotten it and left it with my stage-show gear in the saloon. I noticed the "inconvenience" for about three moves, and then it was just another evening of three-skull games. I wound up foregoing the stage show so I could stay on the street entertaining people with the game. I finally had to shut down at 7:30 pm when it got dark and nobody could see the Little Blind Eye. Great fun, but I'm enjoying putting my 62-year-old feet up this morning. :) Oh, 3skullgame.com
Message: Posted by: MikeDes (Oct 26, 2014 05:43PM)
I did two and half hours with my EYE-Gore shells today. They were great to work with and perfect for this Halloween event.
Message: Posted by: LeoH (Oct 26, 2014 06:27PM)
Thanks for the products, Roscoe (which was my grandfather's name, too!)
Message: Posted by: ROSCOE (Oct 26, 2014 07:00PM)
And thank you so much for your positive comments. RoseRed and I truly want to put the best props possible into your hands for this game. By the way, here's a link to a video one of my players shot. It was around 9 pm during the Delano Ghost Tour here in Wichita on October 2nd. I was working in front of Amira's Dance Studio, reputedly one of Delano's most haunted establishments. At the nine-second mark, watch the ghostly orb escape from the nearest skull. Happy Halloween, guys! https://www.facebook.com/video.php?v=682330915214678&set=vb.100003133272027&type=2&theater
Message: Posted by: Pop Haydn (Dec 1, 2014 04:24PM)
They are beautiful. I have all three sets. Great job! Perfect for pirates, bizarrists, and halloween, and for photos.