Octa-Gone Illusion Plans - INSTANT DOWNLOAD
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A low octagon shaped table is shown. It is one inch thick and has a black canvas tube laying upon it.
The audience can see over, around and under the table which is revolved to show all sides also proving the absence of mirrors....it is just a one inch thick table. The table has a 7ft tall pole that rises from it and bends over the table with four bars protruding from it.
Now the magicians assistant is introduced who stands upon the table. The magician now ties and binds her hands together then ties her to the top of the pole framework. He now raises the cloth tube up around her which he gathers up around the ropes that bind her wrists. The gathered tube is now suspended from 4 rings that hang from the protruding bars atop the framework. He now shows a nasty looking sword which he stabs into the cloth tube.....a scream is heard from within.
The magician now grabs the cloth tube which is release from the framework and falls down onto the table......THE GIRL HAS GONE ! She’s vanished completely! All that’s left is the cloth laying on the table with the sword and the ropes still hang from the bar. The audience can still see under, over and around the table...The girl has Octa-gone !
A great Cabaret illusion that packs down small and plays big and can be performed surrounded.
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These easy step by step plans by Steve Kovarez are the ultimate shortcut for teaching magicians how to build their own props & illusions
A: No, each town, area and indeed country will have the raw materials such as wood and aluminium priced differently.
2) Will you build it for me?
A: No, we don't currently offer that service. A local carpenter or builder would be a cheaper option for you.
3) Can you recommend someone to build it for me?
A: No, Although there are plenty of good builders in each country....simple search and you'll find one who will give you a quote to build from our plans
4) Can I build more than one of the same illusion from your plans?
A: Yes...IF they are for your sole use ....NO if you are building it for someone else...the plans you buy
entitle you to build one for yourself and the performing rights.