Here are my first impressions of Frozen for you...
In short - flippin cool!
Ok, ok - a bit more.
I want to start by saying that these are my first impressions only. I have NOT performed this effect yet, but plan to in a couple of weeks when I add it to a routine I've been working out.
I received an early release - though a review, good or bad, was not a condition.
It's my choice to review or not.
I think I will :-) I'm not going to go too deep into this. I want to save some for after I've performed it. Goudinov has done a great job of hitting many of the details so I won't go there.
The idea is really brilliant. I've been working on a routine that involves affecting nature or naturally occurring things we're all familiar with.
Fire, Gravity, Energy, PK, etc... and now, Ice.
Fits my thoughts perfectly!
This is something that will take a bit of work to pull off successfully - but it's within reach of most.
You DO NOT just run downstairs and say "Hey Mom! Check this out!"
You need to build to it and have your specs on your side and believing in YOU before you whip this bad boy out. I wouldn't use this as a stand alone or hit and run effect. It's needs a home in your routine to give it justice.
Presentation is key. YOU have to believe what's going on here - and you will. You will make them believe.
There is some set-up - but not bad or too time consuming (more than one are covered and while one is more involved - it's my personal favorite and worth the effort.)
As you've seen in the preview - there is a version in a napkin with a borrowed quarter and a "hands free" version - no napkin. Both are covered in detail. While the basics of the effect are the same, pulling them off couldn't be more different. Each very achievable, but different in their setups and execution. Both brilliant.
Give this effect the time and practice it deserves, and you have a reputation maker on your hands.
It truly looks like magic even after knowing the secret. Visually stunning, extremely so .... and I've seen it all - or thought I had. It's really a fun and exciting concept - and is open to your own creativity too. You're not limited to the routines Adam teaches. Can't WAIT to experiment with this!
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