Magic Nook Magic
Clown In The Box
Clown Hat Tear
Portrait of Grandma
No Fishing - Go Fishing
Invisible Man Strikes Again!
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The basic premise: Nine cards are shown to be blank on both sides.
Then, one by one, clown faces appear on the blank cards.
Then multiple clowns begin appearing until the last card
is filled with a crowd of clowns. The spectators look up
and you, too, seem to be turning into a clown, red nose
and all! Jim's version is made to perform with Super
Jumbo Cards (8.5" x 11") and five children (or
adult) helpers who each have an "inner clown"
Includes instructions for printing and
assembling super jumbo cards on your computer and
printer, in both 5x7 inch size and the larger Super Jumbo
size seen above. High quality jpg templates are
available, or make your own designs from clowns to super
heroes to animals to who knows what?
As a prelude to this effect, consider Clown
Phobia, from The Wizards'
Journal #30, which also can use the same five spectators.
In the video below, Qua-Fiki gives you
just the basic effect of Clown Clones which you
can expand with your own jokes and bits of clowny
Clown Clones from Alquadir
Marsh on Vimeo.
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