Alejandro Portela is a name almost synonymous with cardistry. Back in the early days of Cardistry he ran a successful video blog that highlighted some of the best card flourish videos online. His devotion and dedication to the art helped propel cardistry to the popular art form that it is today.
Joz is just a sample of Alejando's creative approach and is sure to give anyone interested in the art a fresh outlook on what is possible with a deck of cards.
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This flourish is unique, fun and easy to learn.
A very smooth and silky flourish which is amazingly easy to learn. It looks great and feels great when you do it.
One of the most beautiful pieces of art you could ever learn. It's fun, smooth and very easy to do.
This is one of my favorite flourishes ever. I love the smoothness and the beauty of the move. Though I had a bit problem on the first phase, this move is actually easy to learn.
Joz has uniqueness at the 2 cards beautifully spin at the fingertips of both hands. Those 2 cards are able to choose, one card comes from top and the other comes from bottom. The right hand's move is rather difficult, but the left hand's move is around intermediate level of flourish. The tutorial is cleared, not much words explanation but various angels make it easy to learn.
The man is a true artist and expert. The performance is beautiful. Sadly, you only get 6 minutes of explanation for something that took him years to develop. 6 minutes is significantly too short for even a simple card trick. I understand that the explanation is very inexpensive but with that said, I would have happily paid more to get more in-depth explanation on the techniques.