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WitchDoctor
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Normally I use The Mind's Eye Deck in Video Mind by Max Maven.
for impromptu version, I use the idea of S.A.W. but using Hideout Wallet.
I am thinking about the Draw Duplication in Outside The Conreadional by Christopher Tayler. is that good enough?

any nice idea you are using can share to me?
actually I love Pxxk / Gimmick mroe then Swixxh.

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W.D.
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Jamie D
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It is what you make of it witchdoctor. One method may be great for you but not for someone else. I personaly enjoy Christopher's take on the drawing duplication from that video. Me I use the butterfly form john riggs and the IMB from James biss which I love to use. I usualy do a drawing dup. along with a prediction and a card reveal that are all in the same routine. I also prefer to use the drawing duplication with an idea from Ted Leley's book and use pw as an added kicker for the end when I'm doing more of a close up routine.

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Hi W.D,

The question you ask seems to be a bit Rhetorical, so let me ask you this. Are you asking which we use to gain a general consensus of what is most often the prefered choice of us or are you in search of a method that fits a desired set of specifications?

For example, I have one preferred method if the drawing duplication is done back to back with my spectator. If I am wanting the spectator to transmit to me their image so we can see if they match as to what they have drawn vs what I have drawn I use another method. If I am performing impromptu and asked to perform a drawing duplication on the spot then I use another method. If I am doing it for a group in a performance I use another.

Please let me know what you are after and I will do my very best to help you find what you need.

Kyle
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Joshua Quinn's Duplicity puts an interesting spin on the drawing duplication. Every once in a while you can find one on the books for sale thread down a little lower.
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I used to basically
Banachek Method taught in his dvds
also Bold business by Kuffs its very good
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For stage and close-up, I get a lot of mileage out of Osterlind's Design Duplication System.
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On 2009-07-28 13:39, kyle_freemason wrote:
Hi W.D,

The question you ask seems to be a bit Rhetorical, so let me ask you this. Are you asking which we use to gain a general consensus of what is most often the prefered choice of us or are you in search of a method that fits a desired set of specifications?

For example, I have one preferred method if the drawing duplication is done back to back with my spectator. If I am wanting the spectator to transmit to me their image so we can see if they match as to what they have drawn vs what I have drawn I use another method. If I am performing impromptu and asked to perform a drawing duplication on the spot then I use another method. If I am doing it for a group in a performance I use another.

Please let me know what you are after and I will do my very best to help you find what you need.

Kyle


Kyle,
I really want a good method for back to back, as I said I use "The Mind's Eye Deck" & "Hideout" often, I want some better method for a group and stage.

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W.D.
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Steve Suss
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I've been doing Annamann's Telepathy Plus for over 15 years and never looked back. It involves 3 revelations with a drawing dupe as the climax. While I use other methods as well I still love the simplicity and power of what I believe to be one of Annamann's greatest routines.

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Just a thought, but couldn't you use the magnum wallet from outlaw for a simple version. You could also do it on stage with this method and play it big.
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For back to back I would suggestion Psycho Killer from the book Delusions. Also, there an effect called Mentalist Dream Drawing Duplication and it also works nicely for back to back performance. The best back to back drawing dupe I have ever seen in use (imho) is from Alain Nu. It is found in Secrets and Realities.

As for a stage drawing duplication. If I were you, I would go with something like ODDS. If you want a gimmicked board, then resort to John Riggs, or IMB etc.

I hope this answers your question. If you need any further help, please let me know.

Kyle
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I have a drawing Dupe that appears a miracle to the audience and to the spec.To the audience you never ask the onstage spec to write/draw anything.To them you simply ask them realtime to draw whatever it is they wish..they then can simply draw picture in their mind,in the air with their finger or both you and the spec could draw it back to back where you can if desired finish drawing first..you could finish it before they even start.No psych forces and 100% accurate and with a totally random spectator perhaps picked by a teddy bear thrown into the audience.

I also know everyone here could do exactly the same,Im no genius Smile that's why I don't bother with boards,cards,wallets or that sorta stuff..less props you use better in my opinion.

Pete
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Pete,

Sounds like you have a wonderful method. Hold on to it and cherish it Smile Such a method is where true magic is created.

Kyle
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I use Banacheks portfolio he uses for his Q&A routine. Instead of thoughts written on the cards, I have pictures drawn. Or I have them write thoughts on the cards and I draw a picture based on that thought.
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A great 'close up' method is explained on "the unexpected" dvd by nardi and spelmann... not sure of the name of the effect.
remember....always use your powers for good!

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Hi PMC,

The effect you refer to is called, "Underhand Thoughts." It is quite nice, thank you for bringing it to mind again.

Kyle
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I should also mention that a nice routine you can do with a back to back drawing duplication is Bob Cassidy's 4th dimensional telepathy.
Jhefs elegant 4th dimensional telepathy is very nice as well.
Defenetly worth checking out.

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I agree with Daren. Smile Hope you are doing well Daren!
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Hey Kyle,

All is well, I pm'd you
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I have used the Tommy Pad for design duplication - and it worked a treat.
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