The Longitude

Magic download (video) by Dominik Mastrianni
$5.00
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The Longitude

5.00 usd

Magic download (video) by Dominik Mastrianni ($5.00)

The Longitude takes the standard "Z-Grip" to a whole new level and opens the doors to many new concepts in Cardistry. Watch as Dominik maneuvers packets of cards around each other, reminiscent of Jacob's ladder - an ancient folk toy which results in a visual illusion of one block after another flipping over.

 

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Anonymous

A difficult flourish to learn but with practice, it pays off. It looks amazing.

 

Anonymous

The look of this flourish is like packets of cards are dancing around each other, which basically it's 2 top packets revolving around each other. The tutorial has no speaking explanation, just slow motion of each phrases repeated with subtitles when needed. But, it's very easy to understand the explanation. However it's still very hard to be able to do the move fluently. It takes practice, but I think it's very fun to do. You can even repeat the move all day because it's a never ending move, you can end any time you want. Nothing much needed to remember, just practice and practice and practice only. Also, the bottom packet never changes, so you might use this applying to your magic tricks too.

 

Anonymous

This Flourish is awsome who would of ever thought of moving the cards vertically. I'll tell you who Dominik Mastrianni of course this flourish is so smooth and taught perfectly in HD.

 

Anonymous

This flourish is awesome. It has a seemless flow to it that is matched by no other flourish. It is a difficult flourish to learn but once practised it looks awesome! As it is a Z grip, one could use this to start of a sybil or any other type of flourish but it looks just as good on its own. This can be false, and as its neverending one can go on for as long as possible. Teaching is very clear with, multiple angles and slow motion. Would Highly recommend

The Longitude by Dominik Mastrianni