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I am very thankful to be part of this forum.. truly I am a freelance magician. I cant afford to buy a illusion because I am poor but I can make.. guys please help me to build a headchopper and chair suspension I need a drawing or a blueprint please guys.. thanks for helping me.
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Hi Reynaldo, we are here to share, but we will not just give magic away. I think you will not find someone who will openly give you the drawings that easily. They are the hardwork of the originators and we should encourage them, not discourage their sharing their work with us by just giving it away. Probably someone will direct you to a place where you can buy the plans, but that is it. No freebies. Sorry.
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Welcome to the Magician's Forum, Reynaldo! I'm glad you're hear.
I agree with Luis that you're not going to find secrets given up so easily here.
May I recommend this DVD by Andrew Mayne?
Easy and affordable methods for creating some great looking stage effects.
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Welcome. Rudy's suggestion sounds perfect for your situation. Andrew Mayne is a gifted magic creator. His website is loaded with $5 and $10 instructions for great looking illusions. andrew-mayne-mischief-magic.myshopify.com Most of his effects are extremely inexpensive to make. Even with the cost of the downloadable instructions, you'll still spend far less money than required for the materials to build a head chopper alone. Can you give a description of how these effects fit into your act, how close you would be working to your audience and would you be surrounded?