Paddle magic this way comes

A place where beginners can participate, ask questions, and post their views. However, beginners typically ask a lot of questions about sources, tricks, books, and so on. In fact, all magicians are interested (or should be) in the provenance of tricks, ideas, and related matters. This department will service these needs.
CalvinSze
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Paddle magic this way comes

Postby CalvinSze » March 26th, 2021, 3:44 am

Here is my take on the design of the magician’s paddle. I call it: The Repairman.

https://youtu.be/TSaGSLZApV4

You may print it with a 3D printer & do the recommended routine for free.

Anthony Vinson
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Location: Georgia

Re: Paddle magic this way comes

Postby Anthony Vinson » March 26th, 2021, 10:00 am

That's actually a cute little routine. Nice thinking!

Bill Duncan
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Re: Paddle magic this way comes

Postby Bill Duncan » March 26th, 2021, 9:07 pm

Very nicely done. A multi-use plastic wrench (spanner) is just the sort of thing you would find in an assemble-it-yourself piece of furniture. Now if only there was an IKEA Card Trick.

: )

Jonathan Townsend
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Re: Paddle magic this way comes

Postby Jonathan Townsend » March 27th, 2021, 7:09 pm

That's a modern interpretation of the paddle - bravo!
Good contrast between the printed plastic and the metal bold too.

Recalls H. Sawa's routine with a small branch and appearing ladybugs. :D


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