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I have finished editing my kids show down to length; just a few key effects. I also put the audience reactions back in the "lights, oh my!" video.

Today I also wanted to post about some inspirational words about card magic that i found today posted in the Dan & Dave Community forums (sweet forums btw!)

  1. Relieving Tension - I used to get the shakes all the time when I performed, but once I learned to relax, they went away. Thanks Aaron Fisher.
  2. Letting my Spectators Hold the Cards - The more they participate, the more they feel they were a part of the magic. Thanks, Paul Harris.
  3. Doing Less - The less arbitrary movements I make in the course of a trick, the more streamlined it becomes. Thanks Paul Le Paul
  4. Using the Proper Sleight for the Right Trick - Every sleight was developed for a reason. I should use it for said reason. Thanks Paul Le Paul.
  5. I Don't Have to be Good at Card Tricks - If I've done my job, my audience should never know how much I practiced. Thanks Guy Hollingworth.
  6. Obscurity is a Good Place to Start Looking for Good Card Work - Just because I've never heard of a move doesn't mean it isn't worth my time. Thanks, Arthur Buckley and Dai Vernon.
  7. Be Natural - No one should ever suspect anything. Thanks, Erdnase and Larry Jennings.
  8. Cards Have the Capacity to Convey True Creativity - They do. Thanks, Chris Kenner and Paul Harris.
  9. Card Tricks are Useless - But they can still be beautiful. Thanks, John Bannon.
  10. Timing is Everything - Card tricks are easy. Magic isn't. Thanks Lennart Green and Pit Hartling.
  11. (Bonus) Perfection is attainable. Thanks, Ricky Jay.
Relieving Tension - I used to get the shakes all the time when I performed, but once I learned to relax, they went away. Thanks Aaron Fisher.

Letting my Spectators Hold the Cards - The more they participate, the more they feel they were a part of the magic. Thanks, Paul Harris.

Doing Less - The less arbitrary movements I make in the course of a trick, the more streamlined it becomes. Thanks Paul Le Paul

Using the Proper Sleight for the Right Trick - Every sleight was developed for a reason. I should use it for said reason. Thanks Paul Le Paul.

I Don't Have to be Good at Card Tricks - If I've done my job, my audience should never know how much I practiced. Thanks Guy Hollingworth.

Obscurity is a Good Place to Start Looking for Good Card Work - Just because I've never heard of a move doesn't mean it isn't worth my time. Thanks, Arthur Buckley and Dai Vernon.

Be Natural - No one should ever suspect anything. Thanks, Erdnase and Larry Jennings.

Cards Have the Capacity to Convey True Creativity - They do. Thanks, Chris Kenner and Paul Harris.

Card Tricks are Useless - But they can still be beautiful. Thanks, John Bannon.

Timing is Everything - Card tricks are easy. Magic isn't. Thanks Lennart Green and Pit Hartling.

(Bonus) Perfection is attainable - Thanks, Ricky Jay.




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