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Topic: Bending the Moment
Message: Posted by: Peter Stobie (May 30, 2011 02:38PM)
I have just reviewed Jay Sankey's Bending the Real Project. I am very excited about this getting me into the mindframe of always being ready whenever and wherever! I am very excited to see Jay at his Lecture for my Ring on June 6th. This is an area that I have really been focusing on lately and I look forward to expanding the moment. What do others have to say about Jay's project and the effect it has on their impromptu performance?

-Pete
Message: Posted by: Peter Stobie (Jun 1, 2011 07:22PM)
So if you haven't checked Jay's project out, it I sht elond orange rectangle just below the Welcome to the Magic Café block on the top of the Index. Check it out, then reply.

Thanks,

Pete
Message: Posted by: Peter Stobie (Jun 4, 2011 07:02PM)
Oops! That says It is the long Orange Rectangle just below the Welcome to the Magic Café' block on top of the index.
Message: Posted by: Dr_J_Ayala (Jun 8, 2011 09:41PM)
Another great DVD from Greg that turns the "Over-the-Head" effect into great theatre is Gregory Wilson In Action! Vol. 2; the effect set is called Head Trip and although quite a bit of it requires an assistant, I have done even Glass of Water Over the Head without one. It just takes a little bit of creativity and a great amount of misdirection!

My go-to effect though is generally a flurry-style Spellbound routine. A very quick succession of changes from copper to silver, each a little more visual than the previous and a bit more of a challenge, ending with a Sudbury expansion, and if my Sudbury is not with me, then a complete vanish.

Sometimes in my restaurant work, I take absolutely nothing with me and do everything completely impromptu with borrowed items. As such, I too have used the Glass/Salt Shaker Thru Table but I actually penetrate the coin once before the glass/shaker goes through the table.