Magic download (video) by Daniel Prado ($14.40)
Daniel Prado, the mind behind the Peregrine Pass, presents to us today The Cloak. A new take on the classic tent vanish, The Cloak allows for the impossible - invisibility. Where the tent vanish had its faults, Daniel has completely corrected and improved. Before, the card to be vanished could only be face down and on top of the deck. Today with The Cloak, prepare to perform this classic vanish face-up or face-down, and on either the top or bottom of the deck. It is without a doubt a visual miracle.
Learn the technique in complete detail, along with three routines. In addition, Daniel tips valuable information on magic theory and presentation.
"Daniel Prado, has come up with one of the most deceptive and magical interpretations of the venerable Tent Vanish. I am passionate about the plot of The Open Travelers or Invisible Palm Aces and I can see how Daniel’s application will make this classic routine even more memorable. For all discerning card men, this is worthy of your attention." Michael Vincent
"The Cloak is pretty cool! Arthur Finlay would be proud!" Lee Asher
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Customer reviews for The Cloak
This move really is a visual miracle as described. Extremely deceptive and has great uses, what I really love about this is that the audience will genuinely think your just concealing the card under your hand, then you show that's not the case and they're baffled. I would say this move is moderately difficult, if you do any complex one handed cardistry however, you will probably already have the finger dexterity to adapt to this fairly well.
Such a creative, deceptive and visually stunning move, highly recommended.
Well I'll give my review in points.
+ HQ material, really in deph instructions, with some background of the move
+ couple of ideas how to use this sleight
+ there is performance with real audience
- in the trailer you can see some moves that you have to learn from other products such as Peregrine Pass or any kind of force so it requires knowing some other stuff products from the Author.
To sum up it's really good, high quality material with tons of ideas how to use it but to get excatly the same effect as author has, you need also few other moves that aren't included in this video.