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gitty
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Dresscode is a well-known chancing t-shirt effect which was released a few years ago.

Now I found TURN by Christophe Hery from Arteco in France.
http://www.magicalement.fr/arteco/turn-c......005.html

The price is around $90.00 - also much higher than Dresscode.

Does anybody can tell more about it?
Maybe Christophe Hery is a Magic Café member?
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Looks different bc of no use of hands
interesting find:)
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The use of no hands makes a large difference here.

Something it doesn't state is if you can take off your jacket, that was one of the great proving aspects of dresscode.

I don't know if you can do that here.
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Looks much better than dresscode!
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GET IT GITTY AND LET ME KNOW!!! LOL Looks good.
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Another general reference about C. Hery's magic --
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VXUizmG2yCU


Dresscode is a well-known chancing t-shirt effect which was released a few years ago.

Now I found TURN by Christophe Hery from Arteco in France.
http://www.magicalement.fr/arteco/turn-c......005.html

The price is around $90.00 - also much higher than Dresscode.

Does anybody can tell more about it?
Maybe Christophe Hery is a Magic Café member?
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gitty
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I received TURN this week!

I also just watched the DVD in French language. Of course - I don't speak French but you don't need to understand the spoken words.
What you see is enough to do the trick.

You need a jacket to do the trick and you can't undress it.

I think both effects - Dresscode and TURN a very clever but different to use.

I prefer TURN but $90.00 is much overpriced :-(

TURN is now available at SEO Magic USA:
http://www.seomagic-usa.com/catalog/prod......_id/1252
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Is "Turn" something that can be done at any point in your show or does it need to be done as an opener and are you restricted in your movements before or after the change.
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Is "Turn" something that can be done at any point in your show or does it need to be done as an opener and are you restricted in your movements before or after the change.
gitty
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You can do it at any point but you have always to wear your jacket.
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Thanks, I like it for my show but I may have to stick with dresscode as I prefer to remove my jacket
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Quote:
On 2013-05-04 18:37, gitty wrote:
You can do it at any point but you have always to wear your jacket.



Without exposing anything crucial - of course - would you be able to more or less describe your movement while in the get-ready or even after the tranformation?
Seems like mobility could easily sway my judgment here - I'm rather "physical" in my performances, and would hate to have limited mobility due to extra constraints than the jacket.
(I'm fine in a jacket - it's whatever I'm wearing that hinders me *as well as* wearing the jacket)

Thanks Smile
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In my opinion, there is hardly any similarity in these effects, besides that they work with T-shirts. I have used Dresscode in many different live situations and it is by far the best you can use: freedom of movement, visual, clean, take your jacket off and show all around, etc... I bought Turn at Blackpool because the video-demo looked good and I thought it would be kind of an 'improvement', but that's just it: the video-demo looks good. If you want to have a quick T-shirt effect for TV, maybe consider Turn...in every other situation, go for Dresscode. I have watched the TURN DVD, looked at the props and set-up and I have put it far away.
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From the why it looks in the promo the effects have many diffrences in the way it looks and from what I have heard in method too. But what I look for is the cleaness of the effect, Turn: has the advantage of not having to use your hands, but the draw back is you can't take off your jacket. while Dresscode: on the other hand you can take your jacket off at the end, but you have to use your hands for the method at work. In my opinion I would use Dresscode because the method is pratical, and you end clean fter the effect. Turn you end dirty and it sould alittle over priced and to the spectators the effects look exactly the same because your turing around, so I would just get Dresscode.

P.S: it's also 60 dollars cheaper.
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The effect TORN is now new.
In my workshop we have build this several times for magicians.
In may 2007 I have explained in Magazine of the German Magic Circle "MAGIE".
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Dresscode is pretty darn good. It's kinda uncomfortable to wear but the effect is cool.
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