A ChapStick is presented. The spectator is asked to think of a card. The
spectator reads the text aloud, "ChapStick". Then, with just
a rub, the text rearranges itself into the spectators thought of card.
The ChapStick is then handed out for Full examination.
A spectator selects a court-card from the deck. The spectator signs their
name across the face. You then take the card and, in plain sight, draw
sunglasses on one of the faces. Then you visually move the sunglasses,
across the court card, to the other side. You hand out the card for immediate
examination. Your spectator gets to keep the card as a reminder of you.
Previously released in Eric's Lecture notes, "Watermark" is
one of the most talked about effects that involves a borrowed dollar bill.
A card is thought of. A bill is borrowed. As the Magician pointsto the
face of the bill, he asks the spectator what card they were thinking of.
At that moment, inside the bill, appears a watermark of the thought of
card. Hand right out!
*ChapStick gimmick included