An incredible Card To Impossible Location system.
"A KILLER idea!" - Dave Forrest
"Another very commercial winner from the fertile mind of Cameron Francis. This one hits, and hits hard. It's expertly explained and taught, as are all of Mr. Francis' releases. A serious fooler, and highly recommended - - - period." - Daniel Ulin
"One of the best uses of this principle I have seen. Very clever!" - Peter Duffie
A card is selected. The spectator makes a random doodle on the card. The doodle is filled in to create a picture, say of a fish. The card then vanishes and reappears... wherever you want it to! Sky's the limit!
- In your pocket
- In your shoe
- Behind a window
- In a card box
- In a spectator's pocket
- In a plant
- In a pile of mashed potatoes
is a concept that uses a combination of principles in a totally fresh and new way.
- No fancy wallets
- No complicated gimmicks
- No palming
- No crazy sleight of hand
download includes an 8 page PDF which details the system, plus three blockbuster routines, plus a supplemental video which goes over some of the finer points and contains further thoughts on the Sketch
1st edition 2015, 8 pages.
word count: 2297 which is equivalent to 9 standard pages of text