Frozen by Adam Grace
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Ask a spectator to wrap his own quarter in a plain napkin you give him. The magician doesn't touch either the napkin or coin until the spectator finally hands it to the magician to demonstrate the freezing. The napkin helps protect from the cold that will occur. [Note: there are no chemicals on the napkin and none in the magician's mouth or on his hands]
Summoning a change in his body temperature, the magician begins to blow freezing air onto the napkin, causing the napkin to become ice cold. He unwraps the quarter and, leaving it sitting by itself on the napkin, without even touching it, he blows on the coin.
The quarter frosts over white and freezes visually. When picked up by a spectator the coin is bitter cold and still white from frost.
Frozen was generated by the mind of Adam Grace. It is workable and practical. Our team noted that in every street performance the spectators had no answer except that Adam must have really changed his body temperature.
– Goudinov - Ellusionist Forum Moderator
A new realm of magic has entered out of the cold. Harness it today, in download or DVD format.
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This trick is off the hook, it the best trick I have evr prformed my friends freaked.This trick is off the hook, it the best trick I have ever performed my friends freaked.
This is a must buy for those who wanna add a little oomph to your game.hey whats up, first off i would like to say thanks to Adam Grace and Ellusionist for bringing this amazing effet to the streets. I have recently bought this effect and let me tell u the reactions i got were better than any i got before. people were just stunned they had no explanation of what just happend. Their still shocked to this day. I had one girl tell me this is the greatest trick she's ever seen and that she was shocked to the core during my performance. This is a must buy for those who wanna add a little oomph to your game. Once again thanks to ellusionist and Adam Grace.
This will make them shiver.This will make them shiver.
I still recommend purchasing it just for the info Adam gives on the effect.I just received the video today. The video is done extremely well. Adam Grace takes the trick into a full fledged explanation which makes it easy to understand and follow. The effect is obviously one that just blows people away. The idea behind this effect was ingenious, before receiving the video after watching the trailer video. I pretty much guessed how it was done. To my surprise it was done the way I thought with just some modifications. If you really think about it, you can also figure it out. The video goes over some ideas on how to handle and perform the trick very well. All in all, the video is worth the money for a trick such as this. I recommend it as part of your daily tricks. Even if you do guess ho wit is done as I did before getting the video. I still recommend purchasing it just for the info Adam gives on the effect. Don't sell yourself short and possibly cause injury to yourself or others trying to perform it improperly. Bottom line..this trick kicks
This is an amazing trick the genius of Adam Grace is amazing This is wonderful buy itThis is an amazing trick the genius of Adam Grace is amazing This is wonderful buy it
Frozen will create a magical moment for your spectators that will leave them in amazed.Frozen will create a magical moment for your spectators that will leave them in amazed.
It's really a fun and exciting concept...Hey guys, Here are my first impressions of Frozen for you... In short, flippin cool. Ok, ok .. a bit more. I want to start by saying that these are my first impressions only. I have NOT performed this effect yet, but plan to in a couple of weeks when I add it to a routine I've been working out. The idea is really brilliant. I've been working on a routine that involves affecting nature or naturally occurring things we're all familiar with. Fire, Gravity, Energy, PK, etc... and now, Ice. Fits my thoughts perfectly. This is something that will take a bit of work to pull off successfully, but it's within reach of most. You DO NOT just run downstairs and say Hey Mom, Check this out... You need to build to it and have your specs on your side and believing in YOU before you whip this bad boy out. I wouldn't use this as a stand alone or hit and run effect. It's needs a home in your routine to give it justice. Presentation is key. YOU have to believe what's going on here and you will. You will make them believe. There is some set up, but not bad or too time consuming, more than one are covered and while one is more involved, it's my personal favorite and worth the effort. As you've seen in the preview, there is a version in a napkin with a borrowed quarter and a hands free version, no napkin. Both are covered in detail. While the basics of the effect are the same, pulling them off couldn't be more different. Each very achievable, but different in their setups and execution. Both brilliant. Give this effect the time and practice it deserves, and you have a reputation maker on your hands. It truly looks like magic even after knowing the secret. Visually stunning, extremely so .... and I've seen it all, or thought I had. It's really a fun and exciting concept and is open to your own creativity too. You're not limited to the routines Adam teaches. Can't WAIT to experiment with this. Good luck, David
....you'll be absolutely fineThis effect falls into an often-claimed, but rarely attained category of magic this is what real magic would look like. You're not doing any weird moves, there's no cover, it's a pure visual miracle that happens right in front of their eyes. I'm just going to get right to the point about this effect brilliant on so many levels. There's a reason why the spectators were completely dumbfounded by this effect people simply don't think like this. Even if someone knew the necessary things that are involved in achieving something like this, if you follow the routines, they're going to have no way of knowing how you accomplished it. Video performances There are many performances on this video. Most of them involve the napkin version that you see in the preview and two of them show a totally hands-free version of the effect. Once you learn the method and the routines, it's a good idea to go back over these performances and really pay attention to all of the subtleties and audience control. I cannot stress enough the importance of the performance section of the video. If you skip this, you're just insulting the effect. PAY ATTENTION, because Adam's performances are a clinic. If you don't study the performances, you're going to look like an idiot when you try to perform this effect. Practicality Napkin Version The techniques involved in the napkin version are very clean and based off of centuries old sleights and misdirection, however, you have to know that you are going to be performing this. This is not completely impromptu, you're going to have to say to yourself I'm performing Frozen and commit to it. Hands-Off version This one can be more impromptu and is more self-working than the napkin version, but the setup involved does not lend itself to every situation and has clothing requirements. Step outside the box In a world where people think they know what magicians do, Frozen takes you off on a wonderful and unexpected tangent. They give you a quarter, they probably expect you to make it disappear and pull it out of their ear. But you are not yesterday's magician. It's worth the effort. Quarters Only Definitely not. This one is really up to you... I wouldn't try to freeze a liquid with this method, but if you keep your ideas to solids, you can do just about anything. Just don't freeze anything that you would put in your mouth Safety Concerns These are fully covered in the DVD. Just don't be stupid. Again... don't be stupid. As mentioned above, don't put a frozen object in your mouth, and be careful how you touch a frozen object... REALLY REALLY cold. I would take as much care as if you were handling dry ice. People are going to try to bring this effect down because of safety issues, but the stuff I've read on forums concerning safety is blowing it out of proportion. It's not intended for children, but you'd have to be an idiot to hurt yourself or someone else with this. Accidents are possible with anything, so just take necessary precautions and you'll be absolutely fine. Full Disclosure I was given a pre-release version of this video, but I was not required to write a review. These views are my own, and are not purchased or influenced by anyone... in short... no one tells me what to say.
Visually stunning, extremely so .... and I've seen it all - or thought I had.Visually stunning, extremely so .... and I've seen it all - or thought I had.
...falls into an often-claimed, but rarely attained category called: what real magic would look like....falls into an often-claimed, but rarely attained category called: what real magic would look like.