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 Post subject: magic coloring book
PostPosted: Mon Dec 15, 2003 12:44 pm 
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is it rough and smooth? i like this effect. but i don't kno if i would like it if it's rough and smooth. :?


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this is deffently not a close up trick(learned the hard way) great for kids thoguh

smooth from away though
steve-o


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this trick is pretty much only for kids, there is no reason to perform it for adults, as they are problably to educated to not see past the simplicity.


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Mainly for kids and no it does not use a rough and smooth methodology.


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GREAT trick for kids shows.. i recommend the Vanishing Crayons to go with it... its a great follow-up / combo effect 8)


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I don't use it, but I have seen it at many kids shows and only kid's shows.


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Lol JUMBO rough and smooth cards, that would be cool.


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I have one and while I agree it should definitely be reserved for kids, you'd be surprised how many adults look at you with a look of utter confusion when watching, from a distance, as you do it for the 'kids'. I do it pretty close for kids without any problems, less than 5 feet.

Jim


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