Imagine… In full view the drawing of a black rose transforms – its petals slowly bursting into glorious color. The art, thus changed, is handed out as a memorable magical gift.
Brand new from Martin Lewis, inventor of “Cardiographic,” come his latest sketchpad creation. A completely new effect and method. Rosepad is suitable for audiences from fifty to five hundred.
Rosepad leaves the audience with the impression that you’re a great artist but in fact no artistic skill is required and the one hand operation makes it easy to perform for either right or left-handers.
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hello October's today we are making money printer machine magic trick printer and I'm going to show you how you can make it from parts that you have it at home you will need a metal piece about 9 inches or 23 centimeters long I am using aluminum because he's soft for working one pot blue stick super glue four pushpins and nylon sheet or paper the metal piece we're going to band in u-shape and on sides we're going to drill small holes for pushpins from glue stick we're going to cut two pieces with same length seven centimeters or two point seven inches long one drop of super glue on each pushpin is enough for strong connection between glue stick and metal needle of pushpin by now you should have something like this and on bottom roller we're gonna roll the nylon sheet or paper and with clear tape we're gonna fix it now the end of the nylon we're going to glue on top of the roller also with clear tape when you spin the pushpins both of rollers are spinning but in opposite direction one overalls will take the plank paper and other will give the printed money super simple money magic printer that you can build with stuff that you have it at home don't forget to like this video and subscribe to my channel and never miss a new project thanks for watching share and visit my channel page for more video projects you