Par Matt Sconce
DVD (en anglais).
A strange and mysterious character walks into the room he has an unusual talent for distorting the laws of nature and making them follow his command. Is it possible can someone have this much power? I have seen this before in movies but this was no movie this really happened, it just looked so real.
This is Spin.
Matt Sconce, creator of Power Word: Fall, has released another devastating PK effect. Spin stands on the shoulders of effects that have come before it and takes those concepts to a whole new level. Spin large objects or small objects seemingly with the power of your mind with impromptu ease, with no gimmicks, blowing, threads, or magnets. Instantly repeatable, and absolutely dependable. This effect takes a new “SPIN” on what magicians of the past have done and takes it to a level that increases its practicality, power, and impact. With the “Force” start, and focus on techniques to make the method transparent to the audience, Matt Sconce spends over an hour teaching you how to use this effect in your arsenal of heavy hitters, how to move large objects, and two bonus applications from the creative minds of Shane Black and Shaun Dunn using the same Spin method in a different way. Spin is a new tool in the arsenal of Psychokinetic effects. It is time to step up and Spin the world.
“The work that Matt has put into this is INSANE. I was familiar with the concept prior to the download, but I never knew that it could be this diverse.”
– Matthew Mello
“Spin is a brilliant addition to any PK demonstration, it is totally impromptu, effective and well taught.. If James Hydrick had this knowledge he may have just fooled Randi...”
– Marc Spelmann
“The effect is only limited by your imagination, and as such is a powerful piece. And this DVD is a relatively deep exploration of the effect, and the concept on which it is based.”
– Sean Fields
“This is very good! Really fooled me and the method made me smile. Extremely practical. How could you NOT use this.”
– Cameron Francis
“This is a KILLER effect – I LOVE it. Completely impromptu and something you actually WILL do.”
– Dee Christopher