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Topic: Dancing cane
Message: Posted by: magodiego (Jan 14, 2008 11:24AM)
I'm working in my Dancing cane effect, but there is one movement that I can't find it anywhere. That movement is the one when the magician put his arms in his back and the cane is floating in front of him.
Thank you for your help!!
You can see that movement here in the minute 01:03
Message: Posted by: Grandillusionsmagic (Jan 14, 2008 11:39AM)
You just need to watch the video, if you know about the cane you will figure it out, as you will see the moves.
Message: Posted by: oldi (Jan 14, 2008 12:04PM)
Magodiego, thank you for that video. It's a wonderfull routine. Very magical!!
Message: Posted by: magodiego (Jan 14, 2008 12:07PM)
I know perfectly how the dancing cane works, but believe me, I cannot figure it out that move. Because you have to hold it with your thumb, but if you put your hands in your back the cane is not going to be in front of you.
Message: Posted by: oldi (Jan 14, 2008 12:27PM)
Magodiego, I sent you a PM
Message: Posted by: magodiego (Jan 14, 2008 02:28PM)
On 2008-01-14 13:27, oldi wrote:
Magodiego, I sent you a PM

Thank you very much!!!
Message: Posted by: Slim King (Feb 1, 2008 09:15PM)
There seems to be an edit where he makes the move but not one where it is undone :)
Message: Posted by: jasanchez (Feb 2, 2008 02:00AM)
The way he does the move with no hands is cause he puts the string of his mouth
Message: Posted by: Bob Sanders (Feb 3, 2008 09:15PM)
Sometimes you can also "hang" and ear. With the mouth free to move, it kills that explanation.

Bob Sanders
Magic By Sander
Message: Posted by: Nedim (Feb 4, 2008 10:09PM)

Jeff McBride has a new dvd about dancing cane. The name of the Dvd is Revolution. I think you must check it out.

magicially yours,

Nedim Guzel
Message: Posted by: Alexander Wells (Feb 5, 2008 07:28AM)
Isn't that Simon Drake?
One of my favourite magicians. Classy bloke. Does anyone remember the routine where he produced shot glasses, bottles and glasses of wine and drinks them as he does so gradually becoming more and more inebriated until eventually he collapses to the floor. Brilliant. He also did a "floating table" routine. Not as technically sophisticated as Losanders but just as entertaining.

He's never been much of a one on the magic scene though has he? No books as far as I know...