Monday, May 17, 2010

Card Flourish Tutorials - Virtuoso: The Spring


Wanna learn more? Go now to TheVirts.com Follow us on twitter!! www.twitter.com Card Flourish Tutorials- Virtuoso: The Spring Hey! Here's a card flourish tutorial that details one of the most powerful card flourishes ever created; the Spring. This Virtuoso card flourish tutorial outlines every detail needed to perform the Spring; the exact grip, the pressure required to spring the cards, the grip needed to receive the cards, the sound to listen out for, the method to make it crazy long whilst keeping it clean, and even how to 'drag' a spring to 'slow-mo' it in realtime. So, whether or not you've learnt the "spring" card flourish before, take a look at this tutorial, cause you just might pick up something new. ;) Enjoy! The Virts Card Flourish Tutorials- Virtuoso: The Spring Credits Tutorial Performed and Taught by Huron Low Tutorial Filmed and Edited by Daren Yeow Music: 'Lex" by Ratatat "Light Pattern" & "Days to Come" by Bonobo "Laundry" by edIT Enjoy! PS Remember to subscribe to us!! This way you can get more underground superduper mega exclusive card flourish tutorials from the virts like huron low, kevin ho, and daren yeow! =D Don't subscribe to naughty people who expose card flourishes, or tricks from david blaine, criss angel, cyril takayama, derren brown, and even dynamo... they've got nothing about awesome card flourishes, and only reveal magic tricks!! You see for us, we'll even talk about xcm and cardistry even though we think it's pretty cheesy... and if you ...

22 comments:

  1. ComedyIsPhilosophyMay 17, 2010 at 12:57 AM

    this helped so much!!!

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  2. very nice , beautiful

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  3. You're an excellent teacher, good job and thanks for the tips! My first try was basically a 52 card pickup, after applying the tips my very next try was much better. I still need a lot of practice though :P

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  4. Hi, could you tell me what is the name of the song on beginning...?? ;)

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  5. eh,u singaporean?

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  6. non si capisce i am italian

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  7. dude! one word, AWSOME!
    good teaching quality man..

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  8. @thevirts hey, so is there a spring trick where you line the cards like a zig zag and tape them?/watch?v=zd8BNXEtzmQ go to 2:30 you'll know what i mean

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  9. you look JUST LIKE a japanese cartoon character.

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  10. when the cards a be released in the spring, my tumb in going it! i mean the tumb is sprining them and there springing out from the tumb, should i be sringing the from the ring finger and the cards coming out at the tumb?

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  11. dude i got to bicycle decks(red both) and they feel like cardboard! the sides feel and sort of look like card board! is it suppose to be like that? i bought them from wizmo magic

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  12. do you use plastic cards? because i use the paper type cards and its all messy and crap.

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  13. @TheNorthfaIl There should be a button on the side of your monitor - turn it on, it'll probably help.

    -Kev, The Virts

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  14. this stinks cant see what you do :S

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  15. you are an Master spring releaser

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  16. 6:57 HEY! its a squirty spring! ahahahahah I luv this dude!

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  17. DaZmE00123456789May 17, 2010 at 7:03 AM

    ok i dont get how it shoots off the thumb . . . urgh it always shoots off my middle ring and pinky finger which makes me mad cuz its not working, please tell me what im doin wrong . . . . it never shoots off my thumb

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  18. LOL "Heeey! It's a squirty spring!" ROFL

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  19. "Extending your spring"? I get a lot of spam in my junk mail that could help with that...

    Jokes aside, this is an awesome tutorial, and really sets the standard. Explained perfectly, in depth, and with such impressive attention to detail. Cheers, Huron!

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  20. whats up! the clip was posted! ...

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  21. người việt đâu hết oy` mà để ngươi` nước ngoài zo^ nói tùm lum za^y

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