Magic download (video) by Eric Jones ($6.95)
Master of Coin Eric Jones offers an amazing new IMPROMPTU coin vanish that is as insane as it is beautiful. Imagine causing a coin to vanish at the fingertips in the most incredible way possible. You can even do this one naked!!! Based on the work for Shoot Ogawa and Apollo Robbins, Eric teaches and novel and unique technique that is just as much fun to practice as it is to perform. This 13 minute download is chock full of excellent technique, professional performing tips that you can add to your arsenal immediately.
You will learn:
JW Grip Muscle Pass
Evanesce: The basic technique
Professional performance tips
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Customer reviews for Evanesce
So crazy hard but so crazy good! This is going to take a lot of work but it's so worth it!
This isn't the type of thing you'd do for a huge audience, and it's really difficult, but if you put in the time to perfect this vanish, it's AMAZING
In the beginning of the tutorial, Mr. Jones says that on a difficulty scale from 1-10, this vanish is an 11 or a 12. He isn't kidding.
If you want to do this, be prepared to work very hard on a very difficult series of moves, including a move that requires controlling a coin's precise trajectory as it flies midair. If you are not especially gifted at this sort of thing, you may find that this vanish is not for you.
You should also know that the vanish is very angle sensitive, and will not work unless the audience is directly in front of you.
Having said all of that, this is definitely worth your trouble if you want to be the very best of the best in terms of raw sleight of hand.
My only real gripe — and the reason why I gave less than five-stars — is that the video is out of focus A LOT, to the point that it is hard to watch. Whoever filmed this thing seems to have prioritized a misled sense of aesthetics over the actual utility of the presentation. This is supposed to be a tutorial, not a Smashing Pumpkins music video from 1993.
All in all, this is more than worth a few bucks IF you are willing to work your ass off and respect the angle limitations of the trick. The video is annoying to watch, but it's good enough to serve its purpose.
This is not easy magic, but if you perform it well, it's just as amazing as it looks in the preview.
So I have to say I have a lot of material from Eric Jones. So I’m a little jaded to his style. It is over all a good vanish. There is one part in the vanish that will take practice to get right on a consistent basis. With that being said it gave me a awesome idea for the use of a specific top-it. To really make it clean. Overall this is worth the price and the price. Best for beginners. But does have value for the more experienced.
Not absolute rubbish, but the "absolute rubbish"-rating comes closest to my opinion.
I agree with Eric Jones, who by the way is one of my favorite magician, that this vanish is on a 11 or 12 on a difficulty scale form 1-10. Angle is bad too.
I would recomend Harlequin, which is an awesome download.