Tarbell 15: Torn and Restored
In this lesson, you will not only learn how to tear paper, but also how to magically restore it afterwards as if nothing had happened.
Harlan Tarbell conveys the basic techniques and grips that make it possible - often seemingly on the spur of the moment - to tear paper into small pieces that can be brought back to their original shape in no time at all. You will learn a craft for wonderful effects that are ideal for salon and stage magic.
In the Chinese paper mystery, as in the Hindu paper tearing, it is a strip of tissue paper that is used for magic. And if you want, you can continue the magic with the restored paper strip: In winter time in China you can use it to create a snowstorm as the final effect. Or you can turn the pieces of paper in Milady's Parisian hat into a decorative women's hat.
Of course, the classic The Torn and Restored Napkin is also covered in detail.
Brochure in German, paperback, format 15,5 x 23,5 cm, 36 pages, many drawings.