This is a good example of why Tamariz is worthy of study. He shows the top card of the Cardtoon deck, then shows half the card beneath, concealing the animation and demonstrating it's just a deck with a picture on the backs (presumably identical stick figures). He shuffles the set-up deck. He uses the first Faro to show Two of Clubs written on the side of the deck four times -- the 8 of Clubs (a selected card)! He shows another side with Ace of Spades written on it, another selection. It seems impossible for all these messages to appear on two sides of a deck.
Watch how he demonstrates the animation effect. Not once, as most people would do it, but flipping through it partially several times to the point where the stick figure reaches into the hat. Eventually, he flips through the deck at least half a dozen times showing the card revelation. And there's not just one card in play -- there are three.
But he's not done. He uses half the deck to show another message on the side of the deck. Then, after the Faro, he shows the cards in new deck order.
Not finished yet. He spreads the cards to show "The End" ("Fin") written in blue on the edges of the cards. He personalizes the stick figure as "Juanito".
Good lord. All this from a piece of "slum" magic (no disrespect to Dan Harlan for his great trick). This man is a genius.