Bill Evans wrote:I think it was probably a variation on Invisible Card To Cigarette, Collected Works Of Alex Emsley, Vol. 1, p. 274, L & L Publishing (1991), but it was 30 years ago and I've slept since then.
I only say that because a bill variation by Scotty was published.
Card to cigarette sounds great, signed even better, that's not necessarily what I am trying to achieve but seeing it would be very helpful for my ... research? (and I would just love to see it as a spectator)
Sadly I wasn't even born 30 years ago and have not seen anything like it in my lifetime.
Could I trouble you to describe the effect or atleast the revelation of the signed card?
I only ask because as I said before the particular effect I am working on actually requires the specs signed card to be rolled up.
I have seen signed card to cigarette effects that involve a puff of smoke here, a misdirecting flash there, some clever sleight of hand and a 'move' but no
actual removing of a signed card from a perfectly formed cigarette (tailor made i.e not hand rolled).