After reading Andy’s review I was a bit hesitant in buying this piece, but did so anyway and am very pleased with it! Yes, it appears simple, yet there’s a mystical quality at the same time, which I attribute to the miniature Trident. I love the look of the props when all together and performing it couldn’t be easier. As with most routines, a solid presentation and patter will result in resounding applause!!
Boy, was I happy to acquire these two boxes. Great to handle and display. Their very clever workings makes it easy to perform a super clean transpo effect using any items that will fit inside them. To get you started, Alan includes a few Patience Cards.
This one leaves the audience wondering what the hell just happened? Invisible lightening passes through a gorgeous box without leaving a mark, then through some playing cards leaving visible holes, only to stop on a previously selected card left unharmed! Now, try and figure that one out!!
If you can find one or get Alan to make one. grab it!
This one looks so innocent, and yet the workings are simply genius and easy to perform. Spectator can choose any position for each colored cube with no force or equivocate involved. Performer’s prediction is correct every time!! This also looks great on display with the colors and teak complimenting each very nicely!!
What a great looking prop that plays a role in a very charming story about a mythical frog that likes money! The mechanics are easy to operate and provide a wonderful change right under the audiences nose!
This one is a fun transpo effect of english coins going from one teak tube to another without any apparent moves being made by the performer. The audience can even be involved by having them place the coins in the tube as the performer holds it!
This is a great looking, but sneaky, mental effect that will fool any laymen. It’s very entertaining because an audience member participates during the entire performance. There other versions of this effect out there, but none as pleasing as this one to perform!
A fantastic set of props that help to create a wonderful story of a whimsical art thief named, Jack the Lad. With very few “moves”, the magic happens right out in the open to audience’s delight. Glad that have this one!
One thing I dislike about the handling of a lot of magic props is their noise. Most often there shouldn’t be any, so this creates suspicion. This is never an issue with Alan’s work, because he understands and is meticulous in execution.
Coppered is a prime example of Alan’s ability to create micro magic that is easy to perform, entertaining and great to look at! Transposition tricks are one of my favorite elements of magic and this one delivers in spades. Well done!!
I agree with Andy and George on this one. Seems impossible to the spectator when you simply dump a figure out of the case that has a matching hole where they freely placed a peg in their figure! Take a bow!!
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