is a culmination of work by Christopher Rawlins, centred around Christopher's favorite premise within Mentalism...the drawing duplication. Inside this fully illustrated ebook you will find six methods that have been carefully created and thoroughly tested by Christopher. The information within will allow you, via various means, to know what other people are thinking.
Also included is a bonus section, which contains alternative approaches that will allow you to know and predict spectators' star signs and much more, alongside contributions from professionals John Archer and Luke Jermay. In total there are six main approaches to the drawing duplication and a bonus section, with full crediting and detailed instruction.
Drawing Thoughts is also full of extra notes and thoughts that conclude each chapter, that give the reader even more food for thought. The ebooks contents include:
Introduction - An introduction.
Use Your Own Wallet! - A drawing duplication using a business card, a spectator and your normal everyday wallet.
Enlighten-ce-ment - A test conditions drawing duplication with an exciting method.
White Board Peek - A workable peek, utilising a whiteboard, a spectator and their thoughts.
O.I.S - Duplicate a thought of image without ever drawing.
I.D.D - The core of the ebook, a new approach to the drawing duplication that allows you to duplicate thought of images under extremely fair conditions. This can be performed over Skype, FaceTime and of course in person.
Bonus - Expanding on previously taught approaches within this ebook, enabling you to know and predict spectators star signs, alongside two guest contributions from professionals John Archer and Luke Jermay. Also included in this chapter is an essay on the subject of 'Revealing Drawings'.
Appendix - Included here is Chris' ultra clean, simple and direct solution to the stage drawing duplication: REVEAL. With details shared that explain how to make your own board, and the most suitable materials.
Credits - Full crediting and thanks.
1st edition 2015, 95 pages.
word count: 10831 which is equivalent to 43 standard pages of text