Magically Make a Coin Penetrate Through a Tabletop
Make a coin seem go right through a solid table using an easy sleight of hand move.
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Young wizards will learn to create the illusion of an ordinary coin passing through a tabletop. Plus, it will fool people who have learned to do it online. This will include the learning of a very simple and super convincing false transfer of a coin from one hand to the other. They will also learn an easy small object palming skill. These skills are used frequently in coin and small object magic. Strong presentation and clever misdirection are also learned to enhance the "Wow!" factor. I will...
Students will learn a sleight of hand skill, a false transfer, that works for zillions of magic tricks. They will learn the importance of play acting to make the magic more magical. They will also learn a small object palming technique.
Successful magic tricks often require practice. Practicing in front of a mirror, or even using their own video tools, will be strongly recommended. It will be suggested than at least a dozen tries be done before a mirror or via video before trying to entertain another person. If a parent has been watching, it is suggested that possibly the parent can act as the first person for whom they really try to do the entire routine as a fooler.
Students will need a coin appropriate to their hand size. For most, a quarter will work. If they have a half dollar they can also try it with that. A tabletop is the stage. Although it isn't essential, it can be a good idea to have a pad or soft surface to perform on, since it can sometimes be challenging to pick a coin up from a slippery, hard surface. For the student who plans on learning more close-up magic, inexpensive close-up pads are for sale on line. There are also do-it-yourself ideas on line.
50 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Tom Crone - Magician Magic is Fun for Everyone
9 total reviews
17 completed classes
The magic classes I teach are for close-up magic with cards, coins, everyday objects and some special magic objects, too. I also include the very special and important "inner secrets" of magic. Misdirection, creating mystery and surprise, using...