Patrick Redford brings us 2 coin changes that are both practical and usable in gigging conditions..
Pivot Change is Patrick’s take in the “Spellbound” type of change, this one being done at the fingertips. Both hands appear to be empty before, during, and after the change.
Junk Change creates a visual explosion as one coin or object morphs into a load of other objects in an instance. You can make a coin visually explode into a load of smaller change!
The material is practical and can be used in real-world performing conditions and are fine for anyone with a beginner knowledge of basic sleight of hand.
Performing a professional coin bend should be a central part of your coin magic repertoire, but do you need to carry around a specific coin bending tool? Andrew Gerard wants to show you that you don’t.
Psyche starts with a coin from your spectators pocket; it bends in their hand and in front of their eyes. At the end, they are left with a bent coin they signed. Andrew Gerard’s dirty little secret is OUT! No bending devices are used during the performance of this effect. The only thing that gets bent is your audience’s mind.