Search Products

What's Hot...

Retail Price: $29.00

Buy Now

Stars and Hexes

by McClintock, Reed

Product Rating:

(Based on 1 reviews)
Category: General
Media Type: Trick

Product Description

Take a step into your mind’s eye for a moment, and imagine this: You draw a star, for instance, on your arm, then have a spectator cover the image with their hand. You snap your fingers and...the star is gone without a trace, only to reappear in the palm of your hand! Again the star disappears and miraculously re-materializes on your spectator's arm.
You can perform this jumping-image effect for just one person, or bring in two, three, even four people.
This effect is not a knuckle buster. It is a perfect effect for restaurant work, trade shows, hospitality suites, walk-around, parlor, one on one, schools, churches, mentalism, bizarre magic, and just because you can.
Date Added: Jul 23rd, 2003


Write your own review of Stars and Hexes

Share our rating of Stars and Hexes

If you would like to post our ratings of Stars and Hexes, just place the following code into your website:

<iframe width="600" height="100" frameborder="0" src=""></iframe>

The rating will look as follows:

Feel free to change the size of the <iframe> to suit your needs.

About our Syndication Service

Official Review

January 24th, 2004 8:23pm
Reviewed by Bryce Kuhlman
If you've ever seen Eugene Burger do the ashes on the palm, you know the effect this type of magic can have on people.

In essence, this is a new twist on the ashes trick. The performer draws a symbol on their arm and then slides it onto the helper's arm.

The package comes with all of the necessary props and a nine-page booklet detailing the setup, working and presentational strategies.

Be aware that there is one item that needs to be replenished frequently. It's something you can probably find at a convenience store, but if you forget to stock up, you'll find yourself at a gig with one less effect in your repertoire.

One of the nice things about the manuscript is that the author provides three different setup options depending on your wardrobe (jacket, dress pants or jeans-and-a-t-shirt).

The routine is relatively straightforward and accomplishes the "work" in an efficient manner. My only concern is that your helper is forced to stand with one arm raised at eye level... [Read More]

Sponsored By