Chroma by Lloyd Barnes and Nicholas Lawrence

Downloadable Video
Chroma is a versatile gaff that allows you to instantly print a card at your fingertips...with no cover.

Lloyd Barnes & Nicholas Lawrence have joined creative forces to take an under-used concept and update it for the modern day.

Each teaches their own unique handling's with this gimmick, allowing you to print cards, make signatures appear, stickers vanish and much much more.

- No flaps
- No folds
- No creases
- Use ANY cards, even Madison Blanks.

Everything you need to create this incredible gimmick is included in your specially constructed package.

We've thrown out all unnecessary packaging to make this more affordable than EVER to get to your door.

Get Chroma TODAY.

Format: Shippable materials & DVD Download
Difficulty: Easy
Duration: 60 Minutes

** Credit Note: We would also like to extend a credit to James Curtin who also has similar work on the method to Chroma.

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Customer Reviews

  • by Shawn

    Nov 2016

    I always read the reviews first before I buy. I almost didn't buy this from the mixed reviews but I'm glad I did. I practiced this for about 15min and preformed it for my 2 daughters and flawless. Then a min later I preformed it for my wife (who is constantly looking for the "gimmick or magic" to happen) and totally fooled her. I have been performing magic since I was 10 and I'm 35 now and this works with a little practice. My only tip is to make sure everything is tight

  • by Gavin V.

    Oct 2016

    As it is shown in the trailer and video, this is unusable. I could see how it works in the trailer, and the audience would have to be blind not to catch it up close. The only way I would be able to use it I so the change in an off-beat moment, which ruins the whole point.

  • by RiddhiPratim Bandyopadhyay

    Sep 2016

    I liked this effect , really innovative, the gimmick suggested by Lloyd is not at all difficult to make , I made a couple of them within few minutes,
    just one request to ellusionist team , please provide the required items to make this gimmick, separately in the "Accessories" sections, that would be really helpful