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Topic: Inked...
Message: Posted by: erich_weis (Mar 2, 2007 09:14AM)
Who has ever done a card prediction where the spectators card has ended up tattooed to your body. Pretty cool trick in the spectators mind, right? But what if their signed selected card could end up tattooed to your body. Imagine it vanishes from the deck and their card with their signature is tattooed on you. Sounds cool to me. I'm actually halfway through possibly achieving this. Tell me what you think.
Message: Posted by: stepseven (Mar 2, 2007 04:44PM)
This sounds very similar to Daniel Martin's "Bruised" - the selected card ends up as a "bruise" ;) on the magi's body rather than a tattoo. Have you checked this out? The "technology" involved may help you develop your ideas.
Message: Posted by: erich_weis (Mar 3, 2007 06:42AM)
Yeah I already have bruised and I love it. But I came up with this before I heard of bruised. I already have the technology to pull this off just trying to fit it al together in a creative and workable state so it can be done by anyone. Like I said I love bruised the fact their card ends up on your body. But what I am trying to achieve is the entire card is on my arm with their signature tatooed on my arm too. So I don't have to force a card and so they know it wasnt just luck or that I somehow forced a card. I actually just came up with the concept of getting the card tatooed on my arm last night. I was having trouble with how to do it in front of the spec I think I figured it out so I will post a video as soon as its done. Later...
Message: Posted by: stepseven (Mar 3, 2007 09:47AM)
Sounds cool with the spec's signature there too. It makes me wish I didn't have to always force the 7D I have tatooed (for real) on my shoulder now :)
Message: Posted by: naquada (May 1, 2007 05:15PM)
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On 2007-03-03 10:47, stepseven wrote:
Sounds cool with the spec's signature there too. It makes me wish I didn't have to always force the 7D I have tatooed (for real) on my shoulder now :)
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you could get the 3D on your other shoulder and have a little variance ;) but have you looked at the temporary tatoo inkjet paper ?? I'd prefer a temp than a perm tatoo myself but ;)
Message: Posted by: shakes (May 18, 2007 12:52AM)
Hey Erich,

Sounds like a really cool idea. I actually have been working on a signed joker where the spectator signs across the face of the joker and then the joker disappears from under the signature.. Any suggestions???
Message: Posted by: Dmann (Jun 23, 2007 10:06AM)
Erich,
I would be interested in marketing this effect as it sounds very interesting to me. If interested just contact me.