In this magic illusion, the magician holds two square columns up so the audience can see through one end and out the other. A wand, or a hand wave, can be shown to go through the columns to further prove that each is empty. He then holds a solid piece of plastic up for the audience to see. He taps a wood cube against the plastic to show both are solid. He places the plastic between the columns and explains to the audience that he will drop a solid cube down the top column and it will go right through the solid plastic plate and out the bottom of the lower column. He then drops the solid cube and it indeed falls through and out the bottom - seeming to penetrate the solid plastic plate. Each column measure approximately 7-1/2 inches high.
This spooky Halloween magician really has no place to hide his tricks! Our full size pattern is easy to cut out. A complete drawing so you can quickly get busy with creating your projects. Simply trac...
A magical unicorn looking back to its rider, ready for the next journey. This unicorn design is a good pattern for beginners to practice turns and points.
This trick will completely baffle your audience, yet it is so easy to perform that even a child can do it.
Oh no! The circus animals have escaped!
In this magic illusion, the magician holds two square columns up so the audience can see through one end and out the other.
In this magic illusion, you will produce dozens of silk scarves seemingly from an empty box!
Three mirrors multiply a stream of stars, moons, and planets into an every-changing visual delight. Start by gathering a few scraps of contrasting figured woods. Follow with simple construction, and y...
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