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Maaaagic!
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Maidenhead, UK
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Hi there,
I need to prepare for a film in which the Director is considering showcasing a few effects performed by me. All I know at this time is that the film has a magical theme so it is hard to know what exactly will be suitable.
This is an opportunity I don't want to miss or mess-up. I therefore need to do effects that are quick, maybe flashy, but look really skillful. I want to look good. I guess I can also get away with effects that would not work live - artistic license?
My initial thoughts are: effects with loops, coin rolls, bill change with TT, coin rub change, more stuff with TT, coin bite?, Flash paper appearance.
Anything I shouldn't do?
All advice would be more than welcome.
Many Thanks,
Denham
paulajayne
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Hi

Bottle production - close-up.
Sponge balls in hand.


Paula
Paula Jay - Magic to Remember -
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I once wrote a book on elephants, I think paper would have been better.
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Brent McLeod
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Diminishing cards with confetti finale

Simple -effective -visual-takes about 30 mins to learn
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