This is removed, and the bowls placed mouth to mouth once again. The magician comments that he could go on producing tiny eggs from his hatchery, but it would be better to produce the source they come from. When the bowls are separated once again, a tiny hen is found sitting between them.
A variation of the Growing Die effect, with a cute presentation theme, this comes to you complete with full instructions.
The apparatus comprises of what appears to be a regular artist pallette, with four blobs of paint in different colors. Just wave the pallette, and the colors vanish, leaving four black (empty) spots in their place. You can also do this in reverse, having the four colors appear in place of the empty spots. This goes very well with coloring props like The Magic Coloring Book, Color It, Amazing Birthday Bear picture frame etc.
After showing the black and white picture(s), display the pallette with the colored spots, wave it over the picture(s), and show the colors have vanished. Then show the picture(s) is colored. It can be used to transform four white ribbons or silks to four different colored ones (in a Change Bag).
The different colored silks or ribbons could then be used for a follow up effect. There are also effects with silks like the Happy Birthday Dyeing Set, A Merry Xmas Dyeing Set, where the pallette can be incorporated for an additional touch of magic. It can be used in silk dyeing effects (via a dye tube). You can use it with a Genii Tube, where you pour water into the tube and pour out different colored liquids, and silks to match the liquid. Use the pallette to transfer the colors. Wave it before a handkerchief (or a pair of handkerchiefs) for your Coloring Changing Silks.
There are Colouring Changing Penknives, Wands, Rope, Neck Ties, and even complete dresses amongst magicians props. And the imaginative performer can incorporate the pallette with many of these effects for that added magic touch.
The two silks are now placed in the can, and again removed. There, you see, the White silk dyed Black is now White, and the Black silk dyed White is now Black again! This is repeated till the audience realizes you are pulling their leg, and tell you so!
You appear hurt at this accusation of trying to deceive them so blatantly, and offer to make the transformation a little easier to follow. The silks are replaced in the can. You now pass your hand in front of the can, wiping off all the White spots. The can is now completely Black. The spots are tossed into the can. When the silks are now removed, the two silks are found to be spotted. There you see, the White silk dyed Black which is now White has the Black spots, and the Black silk dyed White which is now Black has the White spots!
A great effect, easy to do, and supplied complete with the special mechanical can, all the required silks, and routine.
From J B Magic comes a super clean super visual 2 coin transposition. 2 coins, 1 chinese and 1 half dollar are examined by the spectator. The chinese coin is placed inside the spectators closed hands and the half dollar onto the back of their hand. In the blink of an eye the 2 coins change places. Without any switches etc the 2 coins can instantly once again be examined.
Comes complete with all coins, a prcecision made gaff. A step by step instructional dvd teaches you everything you need to know and extra bonus handlings.
Easy to do, perfect for strolling, intanst reset, learn in 10 mins.
Running Time Approximately 45 min.
Resting on a tray are two glasses, one full of milk and one full of water, along with an empty milk bottle, and two empty covers. The milk and water are visibly poured into the bottle, mixing them up. The empty glasses are now covered with the two metal covers. At the performer's command, the liquid in the bottle visibly diminishes, till the bottle is completely empty. When the covers are lifted off the two empty glasses, the milk is back in it's original glass, and the water in the other glass.
You can use any other liquids instead of milk and water, for example Beer for the Dads and Cherry Soda for the kids! Comes complete with the powder coated tray, bottle, glasses, gold anodised spun metal covers and full working instructions.
Large size, made in wood with metal trimmings.
The effect for the prop as supplied runs as follows. The performer shows a large wooden baton, with three cords running through it. At the end of each cord is a ball, two of which are of the same color (say red), and one a different color (say yellow). The performer shows the cords run freely through the holes, and the balls are securely tied on the cords. He claims he will make the ball jump from one cord to the other. He passes the baton behind his back, and the odd colored ball jumps from one end (say left) to the other (right).
The audience is not impressed, they know you are just turning the baton around behind your back. You repeat this once again, and even the politest member of your audience will not hesitate to express their dis-enchantment. You appear offended at not be believed, and offer to prove conclusively that the balls do jump from one cord to the other. The baton is passed behind the back once again, and when brought to the front, the odd colored ball is now tied on the middle rope, between the two similar colored ones.
The model we supply uses thick cords, and large balls, making it very visible even on the larger stage. However, you can easily adapt the baton for use in any of the other presentations that have appeared in print. You could perform this with three large silks, two of the same color, and one a different color. In this case the silks could be examined, then passed through the holes in the baton (with the help of a pencil or slim magic wand) and knotted on top. A very clean cut presentation, not possible with the traditional Monkey Bar. You could use colored ribbons in place of the cords.
Another popular presentation has a set of linked rings from a Linking Ring set tied to two of the cords, and a single ring to the third cord. The linked rings are adjacent to each other at the start, and the single ring appears between them at the finish. Other presentations involve different a fish at the ends of the cords. The fish is at the end of the fishing line. You could use any toy (birds, a monkey, rabbit, or even glo-bugs or aliens) tied to the cords, depending on your presentation theme. A mechanical prop, very easy to use.
You simply tie a knot in the cord around a small plastic tube. Thread one end of the cord through the tube and slip the knot off. The question is WHERE IS THE KNOT? IN THE TUBE OR IN YOUR HAND?
The answer is a BIG SURPRISE and provided a really novel close-up effect. Each time the finale is different.
First the knot is in the tube, then it's in your hand and then it VANISHES altogether! No skill or sleights! It'll intrigue you too, even as you present it! Montezooma will leave your spectators puzzling! A very clever pocket trick to carry with you at any time. You can't go wrong on this!
You receive a black plastic tube with an golden imprint "Montezooma" on it together with a piece of red cord and detailed instructions.
The mouse is pushed through the hand, and emerges as a large piece of cheese, several times bigger than the original mouse!
We supply you the special sponge prop, ready to use. It is a large size, making this visible for a large audience. The mouse head measures some 3 inch in width and 4 inch high, and the Piece of Cheese is 6 inch in width and 7 inch high.
Note: the item is hand crafted from a superior quality sponge, of a grade previously not available in this country. With a little care this will last a very long time.
You can present this with a suitable comment along the suggestions below.
This is my pet mouse and as you can see from the expression on his face, he is something of a dreamer! I wonder what he dreams about ... (push mouse head through the hand and transform to cheese).
Or for a Kid routine; "Who do you think this is? No not Mickey or Minnie, this is Wicky, the wonder mouse. And this is what he feeds on for his wonder powers (push through hand and transform)
They are folded to form a triangular tube. Performer reaches into the tube, and produces a large quantity of silks, ribbons, spring flowers, or other similar items.
Fitted with bells, and legs, so each clock will stand independently, creating the illusion of solid clocks.
As a production item, every performer will have his individual preference for performing this. You could produce a watch from any production prop, display it as a single watch, then multiply it one at a time to six watches.
Or you could produce the first watch apparently from thin air, and then cause the watches to multiply, displaying them between your fingers as in the multiplying ball effect. You could place the watches upright against a prop, or hang them on an improvised stand, comprising of a piece of wood or board, with six nails spaced out to hang the watches on.
Designed from an old Thayer era prop in stainless steel, this will appeal to both collectors and performers.
The performer displays a rectangular box open on top and bottom, where the front and back swivel completely open, allowing the audience to see all sides of, and right through the box, which is completely empty.Closing the sides to reform the box, the magician reaches in and produces several silks, or a large bunch of flowers. He then reaches into the box and produces a solid glass full of milk, soda pop, beer, or any other liquid, which can be poured out of the glass, and drunk if you wish. The box is shown completely empty again.
Handsomely constructed from laminated wood, this box is 4.5 inch square and 5.75 inch high, and comes complete with special plastic glass, and detailed photo-illustrated handling instructions.