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djolskool
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Hello All...... I am looking to purchase this effect to include in an act I am working on... However, I can't seem to find it for purchase anywhere... I am looking for the Fred Kaps style version.... As seen here at about 2:30 minutes:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=in75bxS0PLE

Not the smoke in Goblet as has been seen recently in a FISM act.... As seen here at about 45 seconds in:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G7hmZ--BkUA

ANY help would be excellent!!!!!!!!!!!!! THANK YOU all in advance............
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You can make your own if you can get the right chemicals.Vito Lupe sold a self working one .Cordially,Howard
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Sent you a PM.
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Jim Steinmeyer briefly covers this in Conjuring Anthology
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There are several ways of doing it in a similiar manner.
Check out: http://www.starlight.com/smoke.html

And Jay Scott Berry's Mist Magic Video:
http://www.nightmarefactory.com/rvideos.html
George Alexander
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Check out http://www.plasplasplas.com/shop/index.php?language=en. It's great!
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The best one I have seen is sold by John Reid at Cresey Products. They are in limited supply but they have almost nothing to see on the glass.

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Richard...you got to see THE glass. I have one and it is the best. They will soon be hitting the market along with a killer routine. Stay tuned.
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I did see the one that John had last May again at SAM and Abbott's. It is good. I just don't have the need for one to sit on the shelf.

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The original uses dangerous chemicals, the last dealer I know sold this version was the defunct company 'Magic Hands' out of Germany. It was also explained in an old special issue in the 1960's in Science Magazine, this was an all Magic issue, that was on news stands and magazine racks.

Cameron Academy has a VHS video Cabaret Lecture Video - Mehdi Talbi This tells a different method for the Smoke in Glass, but you need to find the chemicals yourself. Vito Lupo made and sold his version some years back and I have spoke to him at a convention, he does not plan to make them any longer.

All have some draw back at set up and presentation. All are dangerous to work with, I hope you are 18 years old or older.

If you smoke cigarettes, stop! This trick requires the smoking of cigarettes. There is also a gimmick that is required for the 'Smoking a Thumb' effect, that is part of Fred Kaps routine.
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I just recently bought the "Smoke Glass" from my good friend Mark Schock at bob littles this past weekend and I've got to tell you its one of the best smoke glasses you will ever see listen to Scott and Richard they know their stuff! What I like about is that it can be performed under any conditions and its all self contained you don't have to were any big packs or tubes on your person

Heres marks email if anyone is interested Mark@asylumofmagic.com

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This is the glass I saw and it is a great prop.

Richard
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Talk to Puck of http://www.puckmagic.com he created a smoke in glass effect named "No Smoking" it's a great effect and definitely worth a look.
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SMOKE IN GLASS Kant Magic, only 15 dollar:

http://kantmagic.in/shopk/index.php?rout......t_id=739
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That and the price sounds like the chemical version, very dangerous.

The mechanical one show 800 whatever currency they use.
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On Jan 28, 2016, Bill Hegbli wrote:
That and the price sounds like the chemical version, very dangerous.

The mechanical one show 800 whatever currency they use.


Yes - if you drink the fluids then this effect is dangerous, sure.
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Clearly, Hydrochloric acid is something not to mess with. It cannot be handled with your hands.
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Bruce Elliot covers this as " The two corncob pipes" in one of the greatest magic books ever written: " Classic Secrets of Magic" . The same two chemicals are used on different surfaces. Every routine in this book is usable!
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For some reason the first video wasnt working for me :-(
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On Oct 24, 2007, montemagic wrote:
Jim Steinmeyer briefly covers this in Conjuring Anthology


Is there a good place to get this book for a cheap price?
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