might be wide enough. 🙂
So tonight I’m feeling like I don’t want to do the the Victor Coins to Cup in the “new” set. The Chanin Coin Production’s very versatile, I think, so might use it. The aforementioned cups are pictured above. The coins thru cup is a favorite but I really do feel like I’d like to use some different magic. Presentation goes a long way, but I’m not sure just where to go. Suddenly, beavers pop in to my mind. I’ve considered them before, for coins through mini table- something I’d really like to work on. They could go thru the cup too, hello Canadian nickels. 😉 And I really think the beaver would work really well in a themed set for “Lumbertown Ale House”, yes? 🙂 Got a great “coin”, too, and a couple other prop pieces I could and would like to incorporate. Now we’re talkin’, maybe. Perhaps there is a reason I start these conversations at 1 a.m. 😉 I was really very tired just around 11 pm. Was reading Fitzkee’s The Trick Brain- got to page 53, I think. I like it and I think it will be very helpful- especially with an effect I’ve been puzzling over how to accomplish for several years now- but I got very tired around page 53, for some reason. That was a couple of hours ago and now I’m wide awake. Chocolate does that. And night time’s been my awake time, lately, but I’m wandering…Here’s the beaver “coin” I want to work with. There’s a wolf and moose, too. I think the moose would go over well, considering this small town had a yearling cow moose visit and stay awhile in the Spring. She was a big hit. Hope she’s well, wherever she may be now. They move with the seasons and away she went. I’ve got some other coins that will correspond very nicely with these, but I won’t likely be revealing all here. (Maybe a video of the set, later!) You may be able to do the math on your own, though, so, for now, I’ll allow you to do just that. 🙂 The beaver:
Its reverse, the moose:
Here’s a photo of our moose visitor, Missy, earlier this year- beautiful girl:
I’d like to get some bears in this set, too, but we’ll see. 😉 Of the cups, I’d really like to use the antique bronze shot glass, pictured above right. Thanks for your time. More to follow. 🙂
I’m thinking about what I’d like to put into a new magic set. Might use a solid set I’ve already tested and adjust presentation. I think I’ll start there. There’s so much magic and it all takes time. I’d like to work on some different things but that can happen after I get back in the saddle, so to speak. I haven’t been practicing for months. A few of the things I practiced months ago have merit, though, so that’s something. 🙂 I want to work in some of the new establishments in town. I want to work simply but impactfully and I’ve got some nice props I want to put to use that will really help in that direction, I believe. Roth’s okito box set, for one. I’ve used it a little, but there’s so much more I could get out of it. That’s one I was working with earlier this year. And the coins. I love coin magic. Just strikes me as magical for some reason, even though the whole concept of money is nearly in diametric opposition to my life philosophy. Look for the contradictions, they say. That’s what makes a character interesting. And find the shoes, the shoes- start there. Now we’re in theatre, acting, maybe writing, directing- it’s all connected, though, so still on topic, I am. 🙂
There’s a new place in town and maybe I’ll just go ahead and put myself on the line and say it out loud: Lumbertown Ale House. I think I can put something together that would work great there.
The chronic standing or sitting issue is nagging me a bit. I’m used to working seated but want to be versatile, so that criteria is in place. That gets me thinking back to some things I learned from Roth a few years ago. Chanin Coin Production & Victor Coins to Cup. Now the question arises: which cup? I’ve got a few very nice cups. I think I know which silk, but I could go a few different ways on the cup… interesting. Maybe I can find some pics for you. 🙂