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Stephen Young
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Anyone have this that could maybe throw a little light on things?

http://www.afterworldmagic.com/product/t......ication/


Thanks
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Chat with Mr Voodini, he's got a quote on the product page.
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I am interested too...I saw this few days ago and I thought was still early to know something about it....
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Good idea.Thanks


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I too would like to hear more about this.
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If you've read/seen my ungimmicked drawing dupe in Pure Q&A (and if not, why not? Smile ), this takes that concept and develops it, expands it, and takes it to the next level. I really like it, and if you like your mentalism to be 'naked' I think you will like it too.
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Shame! I only buy gimmick! lol
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I think that the price is reasonable, but that the idea(s) are probably not the holy grail you seek.

That said, everything described is practical and performable. My biggest disappointment is the adverts avoid discussing the process by which the subject matter for the spectator's drawing is selected.
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Could you elaborate on that missing information Newguy?
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From the ad copy

"One spectator secretly draws a picture of a random… something (it really can be anything!!) and without seeing it you will be able to produce a picture to match as well as will many of your audience."

My issue is with the word "random"
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This seems to be something that should be fun to do.

Come on Steve, buy it and get us a report!




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Hey man I'm broke. Smile

I need to sell some ESPy-onages to fund my Blackpool trip.

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Hmm Interested to know more about this (:! Anyone got it yet =D
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On 2013-02-16 22:33,
:! Anyone got it yet =D

We are waiting for you.
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Hi guys,

I received this in December, and this was the message I sent Simon:

"Hi Simon,

I read this last night and I love it!

I really like the simplicity of the SCDD and in fact as I was reading it...the first performer I could see in my mind’s eye using this was Paul Voodini, because of all his work on 'doing it for real' then you went on to talk about him at the end of the manuscript...

So I can see this being very popular for those of us who want to ‘do it for real’ without any nonsense or fumbling around with 'things'.

It’s both simple and elegant; this is the Gentleman’s Drawing Duplication.

The system you use is something that is very well documented and achievable for those that wish to pursue it, for those that don’t you have provided and alternative too which is great.

I would use the ‘Real’ method though as it’s so clean, my mantra is ‘Loosing all Method is Freedom’.

So anything that helps me achieve this is always going to be added to my repertoire perhaps with some tweaking on my part, so I thank you for sharing this with us.

Many thanks,

Anthony"


So there you have it; I have since used it and I love it's simplicity and 'real' approach.
For me it's a winner, you guys will have to decide for yourself.

Hope this helped,

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I got it.

For me it is The Osterlind Design Duplication System on STEROIDS!

I think is that this is an improvement over ODDS BUT it has just occurred to me that Richard Osterlind is not mentioned or credited on this publication.
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On 2013-02-16 04:09, newguy wrote:
From the ad copy

"One spectator secretly draws a picture of a random… something (it really can be anything!!) and without seeing it you will be able to produce a picture to match as well as will many of your audience."

My issue is with the word "random"

Just to clarify for everyone else, the picture is not a force at all - what gets drawn is down to genuinely free and open choices made by the spectators. Writing the blurb for this kind of thing can be a bit of a pain in the behind. You want to explain as much of is at possible so as to appeal to people whilst retaining some information for the purpose of secrecy. I'd like to think it's not really off the mark though.

For anyone who's wondering, this is NOT a 1-on-1 effect, it is an effect for a group of specs - I've done it with as few as 3 (for those in the know, I had a 'process' repeated a couple of times). It genuinely is as impromptu as any effect can be and can work close-up (it's GREAT table-hopping stuff) or on stage/parlour etc.

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On 2013-02-19 10:03, Vincent V. wrote:
I think is that this is an improvement over ODDS BUT it has just occurred to me that Richard Osterlind is not mentioned or credited on this publication.

The simple reason being is that I've never so much as read ODDS! Thanks for pointing this out though, I'll send Richard a copy as a matter of courtesy.
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Could someone please clarify the differences between this and ODDS?
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Word on the grapevine is the same thing.
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There is actually a quote on the site that says:

This is awful! Too difficult. - MagicDud09.
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