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Topic: An interesting Floating Ball effect by a female magician
Message: Posted by: Jerico (Dec 29, 2008 06:13AM)
Hey, have you guys seen this? I've never seen anyone use a method quite like this and I think she does it really well. At first I thought it was Astrosphere, but it's not. Kind of cool.


Message: Posted by: T.G Kenny (Dec 29, 2008 01:53PM)
This is beautiful... Magic! :)

Message: Posted by: thelestat (Dec 29, 2008 09:46PM)
On 2008-12-29 07:13, Jerico wrote:
H... At first I thought it was Astrosphere, but it's not. Kind of cool..

Oh but it is......but she just took it "out of the box"...D
Message: Posted by: Daveandrews (Dec 29, 2008 10:45PM)
Nice - yes, it is the Astrosphere, with some thought behind the presentation.

Message: Posted by: Pete Biro (Dec 30, 2008 12:09AM)
Galina tops them all.


Posted: Dec 30, 2008 1:14am
Especially here

Message: Posted by: Jerico (Dec 30, 2008 12:49AM)
I would have to disagree that it is an Astrosphere. The hook-up is very different, though I admit the principles are similar.

Message: Posted by: jimhlou (Dec 30, 2008 02:50PM)
I liked it better before she dropped the cloth.

Message: Posted by: pepka (Dec 30, 2008 04:41PM)
Not bad, but man someone needs to smile.
Message: Posted by: Alan Munro (Dec 30, 2008 06:54PM)
On 2008-12-30 17:41, pepka wrote:
Not bad, but man someone needs to smile.
I agree. Some women believe ignorant fashion designers when they say that the pouty look is attractive. A real man knows that the most attractive thing a woman can wear is a smile. A smile makes a woman more attractive than six beers can! LOL
Message: Posted by: SpellbinderEntertainment (Dec 31, 2008 03:38PM)
It's nice to see a magician performing with elegance, style, and forethought.
It is also nice to see a woman magician well represented.
I think her tone and mood work, and don't see the need for her to grin.

This is a thoughtful working of the Astro-Sphere concept
with a slightly altered hook-up that allows some flexibility,
quite simple but elegant.

I think the piece would be stronger at about half the length,
and I wish she took more care with the foulard
rather than just dropping it to the ground with little thought.

At first I thought the ball might not play red-against-red with her costume,
but it does work, as does the white sparkle foulard with the same fan backdrop.

All in all a nice representation,
when the setting may not allow for an all out Okito version.
I would like to see a little more flow and choreography
in her movements WITH the ball,
and as I said, I believe less-is-more, and she could edit down the length.

On the whole, brava!
Nice choices, and some good effort!
Does anyone know her or her other work?

My two-cents,