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Post by MadisonPresents » Mon Sep 19, 2016 6:58 pm

Rob Rand wrote:You're really going fast Madison! Almost 60 videos now!

Didn't you burn you hand while performing Lubor Fiedler's Hot Wire???
Of course I burnt myself! No pain, no gain!

And I'm trying to pump them out effectively :)

For example,

The next video is now up!

Card Changer:

https://youtu.be/ll2YVSD1AJ8

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Post by VictorS » Mon Sep 19, 2016 10:38 pm

MadisonPresents wrote:
Rob Rand wrote:You're really going fast Madison! Almost 60 videos now!

Didn't you burn you hand while performing Lubor Fiedler's Hot Wire???
Of course I burnt myself! No pain, no gain!

And I'm trying to pump them out effectively :)

For example,

The next video is now up!

Card Changer:

https://youtu.be/ll2YVSD1AJ8
Nice combination Madison. I`m still amazed with the inner working of CC although I have it already in my hand and inspect it closely. And I`m still wondering on how you grow your collection with old Tenyos so fast and create all the vids. It`s great to have young passionate generation to come into magic and even become a collector. Thanks for sharing this.

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Post by Rob Rand » Tue Sep 20, 2016 6:48 am

Wow Madison, never realized Card Changer is so versatile! And it looks sooo cool!

And like Victor I also wonder how you managed to obtain all these Tenyos in a short time!
Unless you started collecting them at the age of 6 :-)

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Post by MadisonPresents » Tue Sep 20, 2016 9:38 am

VictorS wrote: Nice combination Madison. I`m still amazed with the inner working of CC although I have it already in my hand and inspect it closely. And I`m still wondering on how you grow your collection with old Tenyos so fast and create all the vids. It`s great to have young passionate generation to come into magic and even become a collector. Thanks for sharing this.

It is really quite a miraculous apparatus! And the answer's simple... I've spent a lot of money! Haha I've had some great deals from great people which have helped. I started selling off magic I don't perform to get the funds to buy more Tenyo.
Rob Rand wrote:Wow Madison, never realized Card Changer is so versatile! And it looks sooo cool!

And like Victor I also wonder how you managed to obtain all these Tenyos in a short time!
Unless you started collecting them at the age of 6 :-)

I agree, I love the look of card changer! And yes it is very versatile with a little thought.

And it's easy to be a collector if you're willing to spend loads of money hahaha it's become a bit of an obsession. Luckily, I have most of the pieces I've wanted now so maybe I'll stop spending for a while.

Here's today's video, "Mobile Illusion"

https://youtu.be/zs-FzGamKFw

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Post by David DeTenyo » Sat Sep 24, 2016 6:43 pm

MadisonPresents wrote: Here's today's video, "Mobile Illusion"
https://youtu.be/zs-FzGamKFw
Well done once again Madison :)

Mobile Illusion is one of THE best tricks ever produced by Tenyo. On my website, several years ago, I mentioned this would become one of THE most sought after items ever, and just give it a couple of more years and it will be just that :)

You know why I like this trick so much? Because after someone/you performing it, I needed to check my Tenyo manual because I could NOT figure it out :D

A good rule in magic for collectors ... if someone performes a trick you have but you can not figure it out untill you reread the manual, now THAT is a good trick :D And Mobile Illusion is among those tricks :)

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Post by Richard W » Sat Sep 24, 2016 10:16 pm

Yes good job Madison. I really like Mobile Illusion wish I had one. ;)
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Post by MadisonPresents » Tue Oct 11, 2016 3:07 pm

Finally had time for another video! College schedule has gotten hectic!

I think you guys will love this. It's 3D printed!!

https://youtu.be/8rrCnppaKf4
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Post by Rob Rand » Tue Oct 11, 2016 6:17 pm

I love your embedded, funny story line around this very very cute looking prop!

With your patter, you give life to these tricks!

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Post by Richard W » Tue Oct 11, 2016 8:14 pm

That was a great hat trick. Like the props and the patter and handling. I think you should start including your whole face during these stories like Rick Lax does. It would have more impact as a entertainer and actor than just focusing on the props and hands. You have the personality to pull this off where many are not as comfortable and confident to be seen. Good job.
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Post by MadisonPresents » Tue Oct 11, 2016 9:37 pm

Rob Rand wrote:I love your embedded, funny story line around this very very cute looking prop!

With your patter, you give life to these tricks!
Thank you Rob! I'm glad you liked it! And such a kind comment about my patter bringing life to the tricks. I really do appreciate that! Thank you!
Richard W wrote:That was a great hat trick. Like the props and the patter and handling. I think you should start including your whole face during these stories like Rick Lax does. It would have more impact as a entertainer and actor than just focusing on the props and hands. You have the personality to pull this off where many are not as comfortable and confident to be seen. Good job.

Great points Richard! Thank you for the advice. I will have to take that into consideration. Although admittedly, I have trouble with many Tenyo getting my face and the objects in the same shot. Especially since I'm in a dorm with no real table. I will think about a solution if possible though!

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Post by VictorS » Tue Oct 11, 2016 11:51 pm

What a nice little prop Madison. Sure everyone will love it. Great routine and presentation....as always ;)

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Post by MadisonPresents » Tue Nov 01, 2016 9:25 pm

Thanks to Victor for this one!

Midas Machine:

http://youtu.be/8GYk6rL8tmk

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Post by VictorS » Tue Nov 01, 2016 10:31 pm

I believe Midas Machines are travelling around the world nowadays because many people are looking for it. I`m really glad to hear that your machine arrived safely after 25 days of journey. I was little bit worry but the post guy made it. You are very quick on practicing and be familiar with the device and also making video. A very good presentation as always ;)

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Post by MadisonPresents » Thu Nov 03, 2016 3:11 pm

VictorS wrote:I believe Midas Machines are travelling around the world nowadays because many people are looking for it. I`m really glad to hear that your machine arrived safely after 25 days of journey. I was little bit worry but the post guy made it. You are very quick on practicing and be familiar with the device and also making video. A very good presentation as always ;)

It made it to me in great shape. It was a pleasure doing business with you! :)

And thank you for the kind comments Victor! I do appreciate them. :)

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Post by MadisonPresents » Fri Dec 09, 2016 2:25 pm

A new video! Mystery China Box this time! I rather like this routine :)

https://youtu.be/fRnWJ0GvcZE

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Post by EvanS » Fri Dec 09, 2016 4:01 pm

Excellent!

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Post by Rob Rand » Fri Dec 09, 2016 6:59 pm

Very nice Madison! I have Mystery China Box, and now I plan to hide it deep in a cellar or something, it has suddenly become a very creepy item! :) Beware of the dragon, and please don't rub his belly! :) :) :)

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Post by VictorS » Fri Dec 09, 2016 9:13 pm

Welcome back on show Madi!! Very nice presentation Madison and thank`s for the idea. I`m expecting my MCB also and wish it will arrive soon. Sure I will try your routine ;)

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Post by MadisonPresents » Fri Dec 09, 2016 10:56 pm

EvanS wrote:Excellent!
Thank you Evan!
Rob Rand wrote:Very nice Madison! I have Mystery China Box, and now I plan to hide it deep in a cellar or something, it has suddenly become a very creepy item! :) Beware of the dragon, and please don't rub his belly! :) :) :)
Hehe glad I could bring at least a little more into this object than usually seen! ;)
VictorS wrote:Welcome back on show Madi!! Very nice presentation Madison and thank`s for the idea. I`m expecting my MCB also and wish it will arrive soon. Sure I will try your routine ;)
It's a great item! I'm looking forward to hearing how you enjoy the trick! I'm honored you would consider using my presentation :)

Madison

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Post by David DeTenyo » Sat Dec 10, 2016 1:56 am

Excellent presentation Madison. As I told you before you are one of the few people that make me want to take my Tenyo's and start performing!
Your story makes sense and the way you 'trigger the mechanism' is very well done and not visible - I'm going to do it exactly the way you do, easy and spectators won't notice a thing (to be honest I had to watch your video two times before I saw how you did it - so sneeky! ;) ).

Bravo! :)

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Post by MadisonPresents » Sat Dec 10, 2016 1:30 pm

David DeTenyo wrote:Excellent presentation Madison. As I told you before you are one of the few people that make me want to take my Tenyo's and start performing!
Your story makes sense and the way you 'trigger the mechanism' is very well done and not visible - I'm going to do it exactly the way you do, easy and spectators won't notice a thing (to be honest I had to watch your video two times before I saw how you did it - so sneeky! ;) ).

Bravo! :)
Wow what a kind compliment! I'm thrilled my videos make you want to get your Tenyo out!

And thank you for the kind comment about my handling as well! I'm glad you liked it :) you'll find it's a very easy way to activate the gimmick!

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Post by BluBob » Sat Dec 10, 2016 10:38 pm

Excellent presentation ...

One of the best, and most clever Tenyo mystery's!
and now, on with the show ...

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Post by MadisonPresents » Sun Dec 11, 2016 2:05 pm

BluBob wrote:Excellent presentation ...

One of the best, and most clever Tenyo mystery's!
Thank you BluBob!

And I agree. Definitely one of my favorites.

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Post by Roberto B. » Mon Dec 12, 2016 11:24 am

Great performance as usual!! Very smooth and clever handling!

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Post by MadisonPresents » Mon Dec 12, 2016 1:28 pm

Roberto B. wrote:Great performance as usual!! Very smooth and clever handling!
Thank you Roberto! I'm pleased you enjoyed it :)

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