With the Silky Trilogy Justin Miller has managed to stretch that moment - and make it last an entire performance.
The Silky Trilogy is a collection of effects based around Justin Miller's Silky Change, an insanely visual, simple change that you will find yourself performing in practice on a daily basis - because it's just such a fun, deceptive move.
In this download:
|• The Silky Change - The basic move that these routines are based on. The Silky Change allows for a face-up change under another card. Think Erdnase Change... but without touching the deck... |
|• J-to-A - A Three Phase Routine changing four Jokers to Aces, with absolutely incredible visuals.|
|• Replay - A four phase routine that takes the concept of the two card transposition to a whole new level. In increasing levels of impossible, the cards continue to transpose - from the standard spectator/magician transposition to a Face-Up/Face-Down instant swap in the hands - all the way through to destruction, restoration and transposition.|
With more sleights, ideas and phases than it seems conceivable to fit into 30 minutes of thorough teaching, the Silky Trilogy will have you delivering hours of 'moments of true astonishment' to your audiences.
Add it to your repertoire now.
JM is probably one of my favorite magicians. The way he takes the time to explains these things angles, pov etc. just awesome effect is so smooth and easy with a bit of practice clean effect.
This download will be the one that you perform for your friends, and then they constantly ask you to perform it again. The moves and routines in this download are so insanely visual that you will have your audience flipping out in no time. The reactions he shows in the trailer are the same reactions I get when performing this, and I'm only 14. The routines in here can be challenging at first, but you get them down quickly. And once you have them down, you'll get addicted to performing them, I guarantee. Buy this now, it's worth at least $30 and you only have to pay $9.
JM is one great magician, and he greatly inspires me to do magic as he does. Stylish, precise, stealthy, and at the same time, pretty fun. However, in this video, Silky Trilogy, explanations could have been waaaaay more detailed. I think Justin could have taken a little more time to go over more tips and tricks on the sleights, and also explain better what NOT to do while performing. He's clearly tired on the video, and also confirms that by saying that he actually is! My sugestion is: get deeper ito the effects that are taught. Of course, most of those who buy such effects are intermediate to advanced in magic and card sleights, but you guys have also to consider the beginner to intermediate students. I myself had some hard times understanding some details of the tricks, so it would be nice to have more in depth instructions, specially on common mistakes and how to avoid them.
But anyways, awesome tricks, fully capable of boosting a magician's repertoire. Thanks JM, and Ellusionist for such opportunity to bring more magic to my life.