When we first received this video we didn't know what to say. Immediately we held a company meeting to watch these two guys work. Who were these Spanish magicians? On the spot we had to have them, and we wanted you to be the first to experience their magic.
Picture yourself, in street wear, no stuffy suits and dress pants. You borrow a coin.
The coin is right in front of their eyes and then it seemingly melts into nothing. Your hands are empty... REALLY empty.
Your audience tries to grasp for some explanation. They look around. The front and back of your hands. You have no sleeves.
Then you lift your foot out of your shoe. There, in your shoe, is their signed coin.
The Loyal Vanish is the first download from Manuel Leal and Adrián Carratalá, The Thinking Paradox Team.
Over 30 minutes of detailed explanations and bonus ideas. The extras alone could be turned into separate downloads and you are getting them all with The Loyal Vanish.
Watch the trailer, perform the magic.
While difficult to master this effect uses an ancient principle we don't see very often in close up magic anymore, and the detailed walkthrough of the 'complete' effect is a joy.
Both sneaky and elegant, with some work this will be an effect and principle you apply when you really want to shatter all the rules. The bonus material really is fun, and you will likely find several really strong applications for this simple yet thoroughly ingenious artifice.
This trick is good for school, or times when I am wearing appropriate clothes to perform this effect, however without extensive practice it is hard to perform this in street clothes. still worth the money though because nobody will have any idea how the coin got into your shoe. the vanish is also just a really good vanish, and the bonus effects are usefull and funny.
I was kinda of annoyed by the method at first BUT as the video went on they showed multiple methods that all look just as good and are easier to perform. I believe they show four different ways to handle the coin, and among those you should be able to find one you like. If you can give two hours of practice, you can do this trick. The best part is there is no gimmicks, it can be done anywhere, and it really is the same coin that appears in the shoe. No switches or anything like that. I'd recommend.