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    "Pinch/ear twist" technique

    This very useful technique in balloon sculpture was described by Roger Siegel in Roger's Rubber Jungle, 1973

    "Split pinch twist" technique

    To add detail to the sculpturs

    "Bird body" technique

    Technique probably invented by Ralph Dewey.  

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    I loved the clear swap bag that Jeff Busby sold, but it was pretty fragile... I've adapted a lot of things with this box, which, because of its easy design, allows a lot of tricks... There is especially an instantaneous memory routine, made really easy thanks to the box... Other easier routines are also puzzling... and it's so funny to shuffle the cards by shaking the box !!!  
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    A totally atypical trick. It is a "Bloomerie" in all its splendor! The magician shows an opaque jar, filled with a beverage. He pours a large part of it into a glass. A straw is placed in each of these two containers. The magician and the spectator drink a quantity of liquid on their own, one without the knowledge of the other. The magician clearly shows that he had planned in advance the amount of liquid that each one drank! Here's to you!  
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    Basic technique: How to pop a bubble with your fingers, which avoids using a pair of scissors and therefore taking the risk of cutting yourself!  
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    All the secrets to making a balloon sculpture in the shape of a Minion. This is Benoît Rosemont's personal version, completed in June 2016. This emblematic character is very "cute" and will delight children... and adults! Guaranteed impact!  
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    Basic technique : How to cut a balloon without scissors, without cutter... only with your fingers.  
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    As the title suggests, a good presentation of this trick will allow you to create a standing ovation without difficulty. All the audience has to do is follow your instructions!

    You show the first portrait facing the front and ask the audience in the center to clap. Then you show a second portrait looking to the left and ask this part of the audience to clap in turn. Finally you show a last portrait looking to the right and have the last third of the audience clap. Then you start to play with the audience, showing the different portraits quickly and alternately. Guaranteed impact!

    Finally you decide which portrait and therefore which part of the room you prefer... But, just before showing it, you say: "If the portrait looks at you, clap and stand up! ".

    This is the final twist: you show the portrait, and, as if by magic, EVERYONE stands up and claps!!!

    This trick is absolutely brilliant for creating a fiery atmosphere in the room. Ideal for all your parlour and stage performances.  

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    An atypical three-card monte with water. Ideal for children’s shows… but not only that !  
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    Make a pretty bracelet with several ladybugs racing each other!  
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    Basic technique: make a nice torsade with 2 balloons. Allows to visually embellish some sculptures.  
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    Basic technique : to inflate a balloon backwards. Very useful for example to put a balloon inside another one.  
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    This is an idea that came to me when I was watching people getting fleeced at the fair : they were pulling strings, and winning what was at the other end ; they always won some crap, and never the big prizes ! Here, everything is under control... you can win the big prize or not, but all the strings used are there... each one is really attached to a gift. I spent quite a bit of time designing this little thing full of mystery. Very cool, and you can perform it again and again...  
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    It's like the Inexhaustible Vase, but reduced to an everyday object, with many possibilities. It's a very visual running gag. You do a trick, you wipe your forehead with a sponge, and you wring it out in a bucket... the sponge is really full of liquid. You put the sponge back down, perform another trick, and take the sponge one more time to wipe your forehead. Bingo... it's full of water again. Finally, you can take the bucket full of all this water poured, and the liquid turns into confetti! Great if you're also doing a clown act. My dear James Hodges used it for one of his shows at the Maison de la Magie in Blois, France.  
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    A spectacular and visual card revelation technique! You cut the deck with one hand and the card emerges from the middle in an impossible way to be produced with skill and elegance.  
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    "More than a routine, it is a real theater play". It is a card trick without being a card trick. 12 minutes of complete routine; the narration is logical and sustained; Jean-Luc gives you everything: technique, anecdotes, tips, lots of humor and his incisive tone made in JLB! Set-up your notes, you are going to learn a routine from 20 years of magic (24, but we stopped counting).  
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    You are only judged on the first 5 seconds... Learn the real secrets of a great intro: The Opener. The one that Jean-Luc has built up over more than 20 years of experience for very large clients all over the world. You will learn how to approach a group, a table, how to attract attention, touch and transform your future audience in less than 5 seconds; and win them over for the rest of the evening. And to know how it works, see "Breakfast at Buenos Aires".  
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