Inversion

Trying to kick the blog back up again.  Here is a trick I’m working on.  Enjoy.

Inversion from Tony Chang on Vimeo.

Password: wonder

Posted: September 5th, 2010
Comments: 14 Comments.
Comments
Comment from Charles - September 5, 2010

The fan move at the end is particularly nice.

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Comment from Caspar - September 6, 2010

I really love the Fan, it’s an awesome knew App to play around with, thx.

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Comment from Caspar - September 6, 2010

Edit *new* ^^

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Comment from Yohann - September 6, 2010

I love the idea and the sequences very much. I am no pro, but to me, it seems like you’ve come up with something original (I mean the routine). Brilliant!

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Comment from Exo - September 6, 2010

The CC Application was done before by that japanese guy on youtube (mansum1 I think?) and Ricky mentioned it as a color change as well if I’m remembering it correctly.
Well enough rambling.
The AR part is pretty neat and I liked the culling part that sets you up for the last phase.
The sleights were pretty much flawless as usual.
blablabla

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Comment from Ryan - September 7, 2010

Brilliant Tony!!

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Comment from Andre - September 8, 2010

loved the cc app, I really liked the patter, and I especially love how u r kickstartin the blog again

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Comment from Harris Ansari - September 8, 2010

Hey tony i love ur work….continue with the blog dont give a fuck about not so many people visiting it….all the material is excelent and entertaining

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Comment from David Pedersen - September 9, 2010

Yo Toni good to see you’re still awesome!

I was been wondering for a while, what kind of watch is that?

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Comment from Eugene - September 9, 2010

Nice!

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Comment from Semjon - September 10, 2010

This video shows once again that your are one of the best sleith of hand artists out there. Every time I watch any of your videos it is a great inspiration for me. So hope to see more from you. I also enjoy your thoughts on magic. So please give us more of it :-)

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Comment from Michael Feldman - September 13, 2010

Glad to see you’re kickstarting the blog again.

I like where you’ve taken the routine since I last saw it. It has more thematic consistency now. The only awkward movement is the turnover at 1:40, which seems a bit too bold to go past laymen, but other than that I like where it’s going a lot.

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Comment from Neil - October 8, 2010

Nice work as always TC

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Comment from MS - December 5, 2011

Rather than doing the bold deck-reverse at the end, try this. Don’t reverse the bottom card after you have finished the part where you rub the card on the spread and it turns face-up, but take the selection and put it on top face-up. Then get a break under two cards and perform a half-pass with the rest of the deck. Now the order is 50 cards face-up, one face-down card and the selection face-up on top. You can now take the selection, put it in the middle and do the CC colour-change as normal. Hope this makes sense…

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