Liberty Fingertips 2 by Eric Jones


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Liberty Fingertips 2 by Eric Jones


The Freedom To Perform In The Round Tired of angly magic Liberate yourself from the persecution of bad magic and find independence with Liberty: Fingertips Part II In 2007 Eric JOnes released a set of lecture notes intended to be an homage to his idol Stevie Wonder. The notes included magic targeted for laymen that magicians seemed to enjoy as well. Liberty is the follow up to Fingertips Part 1 with more magic and tips for the trade that will help make you a better magician and expand your magic arsenal of sleights and routines. All of the routines listed in this section are intended to be done surrounded so you have no angle considerations. 2CoinzThe ability to make coins vanish and appear at your will suing an under utilized technique. EntrapmentA most visual 2 phase 2 card transept available without gimmicks. This really looks like trick photography! SurrogateA color changing deck for the 21st century. A signed selection changes color then the backs of the entire deck change and all can be given out for examination. A real cooler. Ode to ChadErics slick handling of Chad Longs Oil and Water. this one is a perfect opening phase for your favorite Oil and water routine. Visual Oil and WaterAs it appears in Oiater a manuscript containing visual versions of Oil and Water heres Erics hybrid of Oil and Water and Cards Across. PlungeA multiple phase coin and bottle concluding with the Spectator being able to put the coin in the bottle. Plunge is simple yet devastating. New EraThis is a minor impromptu miracle. Borrow a coin Borrow a hat and let the fun begin. But the party doesnt stop there! In the Bonus Section Eric includes two items that while cant be done surround will help free your mind and encourage your creativity. EclipseA one hand top change for the new millennia. You will have to see it to believe it! Enigma ChangeA spellbound change that takes place on the outstretched hand. Visually change a coin into a key finger ring a piece of candy or any other small object.