Originally posted by Pete Biro:
It still depends on you as a PERFORMER to sell it properly.
Wisdom. Attend to his words.
Zombie can only be improved up to a certain point. It is still 95% based on successful acting on the part of the performer, to make believe the thing is truly floating , so the audience "believes" it too.
Having said that , I will also say that the money I spent on Losander's very short video of "Zombie" was money well spent. The gimmick is a definite improvement. "Revolutionary gimmick" is dealer-speak, but Losander's idea is enough of an improvement that I now prefer it to the Gen Grant zombie gimmick I was using (Grant's is very good, very comfortable to use, but Losander's is better ).
On the video Losander also offers basic advice on moves to sell the ball as truly floating and selection of the proper color of the foulard , etc.