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Kaws
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Agreed! Gives you tools but you can put them together how you want, like the salad bar at Whole Foods if that makes any sense. haha.
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Fiber Optics is great. I don't do much rope work at all...I use PN, and Three Ropes and a Thousand Laughs, depending on my audience. I just purchased Three Ropes and a Baby by Richard Sanders here on the Café. Unfortunately, it is discontinued and out of stock elsewhere. However, it IS included on the Fiber Optics DVD. Its a great way to zip up a PN routineand do something that most others aren't doing.

All three of the aforementioned routines are versions of the original PN, obviously...which is an effect the baffles audiences even after being around forever.
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Craig Petty
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As a lot of you know I’ve been posting videos recently of my 7 year old son performing magic. Partially because I am very proud of him and partly because it’s frustrating for him not being able to perform for real people at the moment and he gets a buzz reading other magicians comments.

Over the last few weeks I put up videos of him doing coin manipulation, card magic, cups and balls and sponge balls. However the fibre optics routine is something very new to him - rope magic. He’s worked on this routine for a long time.

A lot of you will know Richard Sanders Fibre Optics routine. It’s very tricky and lots of phases and when Ryland started he hadn’t done rope magic before.

I think he’s done an amazing job and wanted to share this. Let me know what you think as he reads everyone’s comments. And if you like it please subscribe to his channel. It would mean the world to him.

Thanks everyone.

https://youtu.be/NKT64wX9E18
Kaws
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Hey Craig,

Your son is great, I do the fiber optics routine sometimes, he performed it very very well. You are a great teacher, Craig.

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On Jul 13, 2020, Craig Petty wrote:
As a lot of you know I’ve been posting videos recently of my 7 year old son performing magic. Partially because I am very proud of him and partly because it’s frustrating for him not being able to perform for real people at the moment and he gets a buzz reading other magicians comments.

Over the last few weeks I put up videos of him doing coin manipulation, card magic, cups and balls and sponge balls. However the fibre optics routine is something very new to him - rope magic. He’s worked on this routine for a long time.

A lot of you will know Richard Sanders Fibre Optics routine. It’s very tricky and lots of phases and when Ryland started he hadn’t done rope magic before.

I think he’s done an amazing job and wanted to share this. Let me know what you think as he reads everyone’s comments. And if you like it please subscribe to his channel. It would mean the world to him.

Thanks everyone.

https://youtu.be/NKT64wX9E18
countrymaven
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Fiber optics has a bunch of loose ends. hehe. look at my prof. nightflare to one rope ending clean for something new.
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