Sinful (Book and DVD) by Wayne Houchin (Book) - Magic Trick

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Available from http://www.world-of-magic.co.uk
Effect A signed coin magically penetrates through a sealed can of soda or beer. The can is opened the contents poured out and trapped inside is the initialed coin. The effect can be performed anywhere at anytime with no special props no switches no gimmicks and no setup. Both the coin and the can may be borrowed. In fact the spectator can keep the can with their signed coin trapped inside.
From magician Wayne Houchin (Thread Stigmata and Control) and graphic artist Josh Funk comes Sinful A Graphic Novel. A striking new vision of the celebrated Quarter Through Soda Can routine that became one of the most talked about effects from the first season of Criss Angel Mindfreak.
Not just an instruction manual Sinful offers the reader the rare opportunity to peer into the creative process behind this routine.
Set in a fictional nightclub called Hendricks the novel opens with a stylized re-imagining of a live performance and then allows the reader the opportunity to learn the full routine from Houchins personal notebook. This one of a kind learning experience offers a look at the evolutionary process of creating - exploring other moves concepts and ideas that didnt make it into the final handling.
New ideas and alternative moves are discussed and taught in detail. Also included is a performance DVD that features live performances and an interview with Wayne Houchin conducted by Paul Harris.
Sinful A Graphic Novel is for the magician interested in learning a truly powerful piece of organic magic and for the artist interested in the process of creating not just copying.
A unique look at Sinful (The Quarter Through Soda Can)
Featuring artwork by Josh Funk
Forward by Banachek
Additional moves and handling
Graphic Novel performance DVD
One of the greatest no-preparation miracles EVER. You do it anytime anywhere with any can and any coin and its guaranteed to kill.
- Richard Kaufman Editor of Genii The