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The next installment of Obscura, now in a new short webisode.
Directed, Cinematographer, Editor, Sound Mixer, Camera: H.P. Mendoza
Gaff and Grip: Vadanak Ke

The Inquisition used with permission by Eugene Burger.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xvj9FWdz6mg

This was very DIY but I'm really happy with it!
"Besides the known and the unknown, what else is there?"-Harold Pinter
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Very nice!
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Nice Christian.
I may submit an idea. Replace "...inside out... by "... inside ouch..." when performing the first reversal.
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Very nice indeed Smile
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I really liked the look of the this with the shadows and lit church building in the background.

Great Job! It is amazing where the 21st century has taken us!

However you did 'wake me up' as a performer when I realized how much of Eugene's routine still existed
in my own presentation of "Card Warp" and while I was watching it- I was reciting my own routine and the similarities where downright scary. I call my version 2 tricks with 2 cards as I use the large cards to do the Linking Cards first and then use the torn out sections to go into the Card Warp. It's 2, 2, 2 tricks in 1.

The webisode is just right and after a few more you can get them up on iTunes much like 'Marco Temptest' did with his magic -using his cell phone. I still have them archived and watch them from time to time inspired by his sheer creativity. We are so lucky these days to have the ability to create wonderful presentations on our Digital Desktops which is so much easier than what editing used to be in the old days of analog with black bursting tapes and linear editing.

Keep it up!
You inspire me to 'get motivated' and utilize the studio space and I have available to me everyday.

Smile, there are camera's everywhere!


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On 2010-03-27 11:48, The Curator wrote:
Nice Christian.
I may submit an idea. Replace "...inside out... by "... inside ouch..." when performing the first reversal.


Oooo....Me likey!
Thank you Curator! Smile

StPaul.
Love the two tricks in one idea. Linking jumbo cards! Of course! What a great idea!
Yes it's a D.I.Y. world now. Anything is quite possible for us. Just a little time and elbow grease.
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