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KSMagic2007
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Hey guys,
JUst wondering if anyone could tell me where I could find some good sunglass manipultions, books, videos, ext. Thanks
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Not sure on books etc. However the lecture notes by Topas has a big section in it on sunglass manipulatioins. His moves are wonderfuil and a great way in which to start practicing and adapting various moves and creating your own.

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Yeah I have those lecture notes and saw topas at last years sam convention. I was just wondering if there was anything ekse out there.
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Hank Lee has Vanashing Sunglasses. Couldn't hurt to give it a look.

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There is also the floating sunglasses as well. What I found workewd best for me was to just buy a bunch of different shaped cheap sunglasses and start experimenting on my own. I soon realized there were moves I already knew that could be adapted and applied to sunglasses.

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Does anyone know if Topas has a website? If so, may I ask for the link? Thanks a lot!

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His site is:

http://www.topasmagic.de/

you can select which language you want on the home page. Hope this is of help to you. Enjoy.

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I remember somebody vanishing sunglasses using a flipstick move. Was it Topas who does that?
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Thanks for the link Magic4u02
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You are most welcome. I hope the link is of help to you.

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I know tim ellis does a flips tick move with sunglases in his run around sue cups and ball routine.
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I also have seen Tim do this. I think Topas also has a flip stick style move for the glasses mentioned in his lecture notes I have around here somewhere. If I can locate them, I will let you all know for sure. I was playing around with a set of glasses the other day and realized that certain barnds allow you to do a Tenkai vanish easily, so that is also something worth exploring on your own.

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Thanks for all the help guys
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No problems at all KS. Were you able to find the information you were seeking?

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Does anyone know how I can get a copy of Topas' lecture notes? I checked his web site, but they don't appear to be any for sale. Any assistance would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.

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Kent,

See if he has an e-mail address on his site. You might be able to e-mail him directly about acquiring a set of lecture notes. He might be able to arrange something for you. It's worth a shot.

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Kyle,
I got some decent stuff, but for a lot of what I am doing, I am creating my own methoid, adapting and so forth. I Hope to see you at the convention next year
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Thanks Kyle, I'll give that a shot.

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KS: That is cool. That is what I ended up doing. I just take an object and start working with it. A lot of times you can learn to adapt moves you already know to other objects and it works well. It really is trial and error and the effort of the magician to just simply go out there and experiment with it.

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Kyle,

I emailed Topas a few times already and he has not responded. I'd love a set of lecture notes. Any ideas whatI could do? You're still interested in keeping yours, right?

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