Instructables
video The Zig Zag Trick
Rip an ordinary rolling paper then restore it instantly!
Impressed? Look close and you'll catch it.
jwagers3 years ago
sleight of hand......... rookie
decent sleight, but you forgot your angles at the last second of the video, like ronchi said, the switched out pieces are visible. if your seated, just lap the paper with your turn over motion and bam, no trace.
i cant figure it out plz tell me tha trick!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
rimar20005 years ago
THIS IS NOT AN INSTRUCTABLE! This has been done to get clics for the youtube video.
J@50n rimar20005 years ago
chill out. its a cool trick!
durtbikedave (author)  rimar20005 years ago
no, clics dont concern me. I couldnt figure out how to put the video with the instructable. Im not that great with the computer. I'll post the instructable part of it
Well, I will be waiting. Thanks.
Caution now, this is a classic sleight-of-hand magic trick, which dave has done himself. It could do with an explanation as to how it's performed (I think we're invited to go through it carefully and spot it), but it doesn't warrant caps.

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GianniMora5 years ago
just some friendly criticism: you should make an instructable showing how to make it.
durtbikedave (author)  GianniMora5 years ago
Here ya go....
ronchi5 years ago
simple explination, look just to the left of the "unharmed" paper in the last second of the video, you can see the "exchanged" torn paper tucked between his fingers.
jhines00425 years ago
Nicely done.