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On Apr 14, 2016, Magician560 wrote:


Wow ... Just wow ... Seriously , a dove ?

I'm not saying it's a bad idea but ... Closeup , a definite no , stage or parlor ?


Well, I'm not necessarily saying it has to be a dove. What about a turtle?
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On Apr 14, 2016, Magician560 wrote:


Wow ... Just wow ... Seriously , a dove ?

I'm not saying it's a bad idea but ... Closeup , a definite no , stage or parlor ?


Well, I'm not necessarily saying it has to be a dove. What about a turtle?


I would greatly appreciate if you could kindly quote my entire post I made previously Smile

Me personally , I don't think a turtle will work considering that producing a turtle would be a nightmare in the first place . However I do notice you have pretty unusual ideas , which is good , but make sure you could justify your proceedings with a flow or story . Those unusual ideas if linked smoothly and perfectly , will get you pretty nice results .

But to be honest ... How does producing an animal link with Invincible Card ? Maybe you could enlighten me on this .
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switch to a folded blank card and at the end reveal that all they see are illusions ?

Do you know any trick that teaches switching to a blank card or a gimmick?
Also is Vernet's universal pull or invisible hand effective for vanishing the card in end?
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switch to a folded blank card and at the end reveal that all they see are illusions ?

Do you know any trick that teaches switching to a blank card or a gimmick?
Also is Vernet's universal pull or invisible hand effective for vanishing the card in end?



I understand Magician560's surprise. This is an incredibly powerful prediction. Turning it into a dove, or doing a vanish, minimizes the impact of what it was created for.
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I agree with Gabe. By adding vanishes, changes etc., the plot becomes too convoluted. It's a beautiful piece of magic/mentalism that stands tall on its own.
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On Apr 14, 2016, Magician560 wrote:


Wow ... Just wow ... Seriously , a dove ?

I'm not saying it's a bad idea but ... Closeup , a definite no , stage or parlor ?


Well, I'm not necessarily saying it has to be a dove. What about a turtle?


I would greatly appreciate if you could kindly quote my entire post I made previously Smile

Me personally , I don't think a turtle will work considering that producing a turtle would be a nightmare in the first place . However I do notice you have pretty unusual ideas , which is good , but make sure you could justify your proceedings with a flow or story . Those unusual ideas if linked smoothly and perfectly , will get you pretty nice results .

But to be honest ... How does producing an animal link with Invincible Card ? Maybe you could enlighten me on this .


Ignore the haters, Bundleofstix. You go wherever your creative muse directs you. Appearing Thought Of Card Into Turtle is an awesome concept. Moreover, you'll be the only one doing it. At first, anyway. I think you need a kicker, though. What would you suggest?
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Not impressed, for professionals only I think. Handling is quite difficult
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Not impressed, for professionals only I think. Handling is quite difficult


I'm a hobbyist and it's one of the best effects I've ever bought. It takes practice. You know, like anything worthwhile. You seem like you just want results without effort. That's not magic.,
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After reading all posts - I´m now ready to push the BUY button here:
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This seems like an winning magic concept.
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Results without effort is REAL magic! Smile
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