I've been in magic for about 15 years, I've seen countless torn and restored card effects. Starting with Hollingworth's Reformation to Garcia's Torn all the way through to Wayne Houchin's Counterfeit Hollingworth. All of them great in their own ways, however, for myself, all of them lacking certain qualities that would make them perfect for my performance style.
Restored is the result of years of research, development, trial & error, 100s of performances and hard graft. Restored is a torn and restored card effect that happens piece by piece, with the final piece done edge by edge. Shown front and back throughout the entire routine. The moment the final edge is restored, the card is instantly handed out for them to keep. An impossible souvenir. With no gimmicks, brilliant practicality and great angles, this is the closest thing to what a torn and restored card should look like to date, without all the silly gimmicks and sticky stuff.
You can see it here: Theory11 // Restored by Lloyd Barnes
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It was #1 best seller for over a week and I was just wondering if you guys had any questions or comments regarding it?
P.s. I know the trailer is awful but the only cuts I made was to make it smaller in length, all of the dirty stuff isn't cut out.