A deviously clever drawing duplication using an ungaffed, store-bought pad.
"WOW, I just got this today and really like it. It is so simple and to the point that I can’t believe no one has thought of this until now! I have played around with this and think that I like this better than my IMPs pads. No kidding!" - Ray Noble
"Thanks Jose, you have come up with another gem." - NeilS
"Nicely done J. Prager, this is some clever stuff, a great lil peek device." - jaybest
"Love your stuff! Bob Nelson and Al Koran, both very dear friends, would have enjoyed your thinking a great deal. No doubt about it Keep up the good work." - Damon Reinbold
"He’s done it again! A great idea at a bargain price. Elegant in its simplicity and using nothing but an “off the shelf” product." - Dick Christian
"Once more José has given us a slap-your-head-and scream-why-didn’t-I-think-of-that effect. José’s genius, of course, is that he DID think of it!" - gmeister
Face your spectator and ask him or her to draw something in a notepad while you hold it without looking. You close it, put it away and can immediately reveal the drawing. No gimmicks, no impression devices, nothing—just a notepad that you can easily get and a marker.
Very clean and direct as mind reading should be.
Mind Veil is a very powerful tool that you will carry with you all the time.
1st edition 2011; 5 pages.
word count: 1395 which is equivalent to 5 standard pages of text