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A Birthday Magician
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I see SEO magic has a small, medium and large load...just wondering if you can advise which is more suitable, I do have larger hands but will the large be too large?
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First I will tell you that SEO has the BEST snow in the world!

now as for size it has more to do with the venue that you are perfoming in.

to learn more search the FCM forum and look for my pod cast on snow storm in china

large snow is merely more larger flakes not so much how large the load is. yes it is larger then the small but its not that large


if you are doing birthday parties the small is more then enought just use 2 loads for the routine and you will have yourself a blizzard!

if you need anything else PM me I am here to help.

on a side note I have performed my original snow storm routine in over 3000 shows point is I have used a lot of snow and can help you with with many aspects of the routine. I wish no one esle would perform it as I want it all to myself:)
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I make a packet of loads with a large, medium, and small taped together. It gives a massive storm and has different sized flakes.
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I've never done this because I'm concerned about who is going to clean it up. Is this an issue in your shows?

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Jim
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My view...the more confetti the better ^_^. I used to use 2-3 regular storm loads at a time o.O hehe.
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It depends on what you're after, and how obsessive your host is about cleanliness.
I use a smaller load, to play it safe, but I also use it as a finale for a series of tricks. (I start out by suddenly tossing my deck over the audiences heads, where it bursts into a cloud of butterflies. I pick up two butterflies, take the fan, and make them fly about for a bit, then I conclude by swatting them, which turns them into a new cloud of butterflies.) If I don't use small loads, there would be butterflies everywhere.
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Since my show takes place in a closed room, I clean up myself after everyone has left the place.
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Ok I love the snowstorm illusion and as mentioned before I have performed this over 2000 times maybe more and I never clean this up,. its in my contract that I do not clean up the confetti produced from my show. promblem solved.

this is for house parties or top casinos to the acadamy of music.

its all how you present yourself if you have a contract this issue is difused from the get go.

only once in 20 years was I asked not to do the snow illusion and that was for a private home party and the owner of this massive house was a neat freak and did not want any confetti any paper any anything.

as for using the snow storm you can listen here to my pod cast on snowstorm.
http://web.mac.com/kifanderson/iweb/Site......454.html
I believe the interview with me begins jsut shy of half way!
I am currently working on a DVD teaching tips and techniques on the snowstorm.

its a great illusion. the ultimate pack small play huge (espescially when you add snow machines with it!)
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