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718jbpr
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Anyone know of any effects with a pencil or of any material that would help me?

thanks in advance
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Flip stick. Or, with some practice, you can make the "pencil in the ear" trick look amazing. Or the pencil through dollar bill. pencil through quarter. All those work.
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How about a flip stick move and then a complete vanish via sleeves and reproduction in mid air or a child's ear.
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-David Harkey's East Meets West ( I think its called that)
its a totally impromptu pencil/pen through bill.

-Flip stick as mentioned above.

-Striking Vanish

-Pencil up nose (impromptu version)

-Get a pen and do recapped

-Many many more things,just cant remember.
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Pencil Through Cheek, I've seen it on a DVD by Andrew Mayne (Shock FX). If coan also borrow a ring and some rope (every type of) you can try Daryl's ring rope & wand routine with the pencil instead of the wand. Should be very powerful.
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Yeah, the Pencil Up Nose is a good one. Or you could use the "paddle-move" and make the No.2 sign of the pencil disappear.

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Be sure to check Jean-Denis Blanchet's "Impromptu Pen Vanish" it's easy to do and very versatile.

It's found (together with a lot of great impromptu magic) at:
http://www.newmagicsecrets.com/portal/re......PnXi93X8

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Well there are some impromptu pen/pencil through dollars. There is also a dvd called A.E. which if I understand correctly is an impromptu effect simmilar to Just Passin Through with any pencil. Some thing I like to do is the paddle move with a pencil to make the writing double then disappear.

Please note that I have not purchased any of the first to methods/effects

Only my 2cents

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Depends on how much impromptu you want to get
but if you go to http://www.pentrix.com you can get pretty snappy pen moves. although this isn't considered to be "magic" by many. it sure does dazzle some people.

mind you, they are very tricky.
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Eric Anderson has his variation of pencil thru bill, called East Meets West, Meets South and is worth your consideration as well.
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On 2005-04-11 16:04, Godhandz wrote:
Eric Anderson has his variation of pencil thru bill, called East Meets West, Meets South and is worth your consideration as well.


Never heard of that one. Thanks!
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Maybe, if you had a sharpened large pencil and a sharpened smaller pencil; you could do a shrinking pencil effect and maybe finish it with a vanish. Just a thought.

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You could probably do a pencil thru jacket the way some do knife or cigarette through jacket.
718jbpr
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That shrinking pencil effect sounds good. I think I'll try it. thanks for all of the help everyone.
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I like No.2 pencil
Gary Barnard
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Yeah, that is a pretty cool trick. I have had it for a while now, and use it a lot at school.

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"It's in the very trickery that it pleases me. But show me how
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Jean has now posted a spirit pencil effect and it looks great.
Question: How did you do that?
Reply: No! How did you didn't do that, HowDini did that.
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Banachek has an impromtu pk pencil routine on the Psi Series
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Jean also has this pencil from wallet that gets a great reaction.
http://www.newmagicsecrets.com/portal/di......qrLBPAS4
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