I think that there should be more instructables on magic tricks
Posted by B-mag 9 years ago
I really like this television show. The masked magician show how to do great tricks and illusions. I even did some at school. Like levitating, walking on water, cutting someone in half and the wine and needle trick. Do you like it ? or what do you think ?
Posted by arylic 8 years ago
Magic Smoke Is what makes all electronics go...mine escaped one evening when I applied power to a circuit board.
Asked by Dr.Bill 2 years ago
The quest for the most ridiculous personal transportation continues with this bizarre merging of a rollerblade, a bicycle, and a penny farthing. If you want one you'll have to get it shipped from Singapore for $580 so if you really want to try it out I'd guess that you could make it for less than $50 worth of spare parts. Anyone interested? Link
Posted by fungus amungus 10 years ago
The Milkshake leaked out of the bottom of the container and went through the power base before I noticed it leaking out of the bottom of the power base. Is there any way to clean the inside of the power base? Or can I just keep using it with out worry of it exploding or something?
Asked by hitman_kiwi 7 years ago
I am a big magician and need new idea's for magic tricks. some tricks I have already done are as following... pull thread out the eye card tricks coin vanishes Idea's wanted are for rubber bands paper and other everyday objects all answers are apriciated
Asked by voemaster 7 years ago
Hi there. I have several thousand Magic the gathering cards, possibly over 10k at this point, that I don't really need. I was thinking about giving my room a nice blue tone by covering the walls with them, but I don't think I have quite enough blue cards for that. So at this point I'm kind of just wondering what I COULD do with them. A nice thing about them is that I have 30-40 of many of the same cards, so if I want a large patch of the same color for some reason, it's possible. For those that don't know, Magic cards are the size of a normal playing card, but about twice as thick and have detailed fantasy art on them. Primary colors used are blue, green, red, black, and white.
Posted by Maxim2735 7 years ago
Basically, i just think about making my own kinda glitter stick - sumthin like this, but bigger: http://www.geburtstagsfee.de/glitzerzauberstab-mit-fliessendem-glitzer-ca-30cm-p-9878-15.html - i guess, it wont be too diffy to find a glitter-vendor, but what kind of oil do i have to use? Any suggestions
Asked by Luziviech 5 years ago
Is Criss Angell a fake? Let me see a show of cursors! I already well know how most of his tricks are perfored, and they are so dumb! In "Walk on Water", they put plexiglass over one section of the pool. The girl says she swam right under him, but she couldn't have swam around him because of the plexiglass. That is why she went under. In "Steamrolled" they dig out a trench so he fits safely under the big wheels. And the broken glass? Oh that's real. I know many others, but my hands are cramping from typing.
Posted by nerfer192 10 years ago
Asked by animan1 8 years ago
I want my own effect that is practical for use with street magic/ walk around magic. give me idea's and a promise ill try to create them and incorporate them into my routine, most practical has best answer.
Asked by voemaster 7 years ago
Check out this mix of augmented reality with old-fashioned magic for a cool combination. Augmented reality involves processing a video stream and adding extra visual effects to what is happening in real time. Very much worth a look. via Make blog
Posted by fungus amungus 9 years ago
Can i change the led bulbs? where do i get them
I have been cast as Merlin in a medieval fair living chess board act. We have a few reliable magic tricks we've used in the past, but I'm trying to find/think up new ideas. This is a live show and I will most likely be standing on an elevated stage for most of it. I don't mind cheesy tricks (I might even do the string of handkerchiefs up the sleeve gag). Illusions that can be used in "combat" are very welcome. So, if you have ideas, or know of any websites that will help, I'd really appreciate. I've looked through Instructables, but haven't found much, so if you know any good ones, assume I missed them.
Asked by NunchakuMan 5 years ago
So, i bought a long LED strip with RGB, many colours, and some modes = fade, smooth, 1 of them is "strobe". I want to know how to put that in use to make a magic/time fountain... I dont get the electrical/scheme part that much so if any1 can help what piece should i buy and where to solder it, so i make a strobe effect, strong enough to use and put to make a magic/time fountain, thanks! The Leds i bought are exactly the same as those: http://www.amazon.com/SUPERNIGHT-Changing-Flexible-Remote-Control/dp/B00BP4DUMU/ref=sr_1_25?ie=UTF8&qid=1436227822&sr=8-25&keywords=led+strip at least the small white control box is the same on the outside, i made fotos on the inside so anybody who understands it can give me a hand :P .. if i manage to find something about how to make that strobe effect ill write back! thanks in advance!
Asked by nikox 2 years ago
Okay, so I've been friggin bored as hell this week, the park is surrounded by security and police so I can't blow up, or go shooting or anything. (No one got killed though, it's just a bunch of noise.) So I'm planning of doing an instructable of one of my old hobbies, but I'm still deciding which would be more intresting. What would you prefer? Bonsai trees Sushi or some magic tricks?
Posted by IlluminatedAntichrist 10 years ago
Heeeelllloooo!So i just wanted to talk about my group Optical Illusions,and yes I know it looks like there is 3 I's but it's actually 1I and 2L's.This group is about magic or DUH optical illusions.Ibles and videos must come to me before published.I will post updates every Tuesday,Friday,or Saturday.If I have time any other days I will update.My only rules are if you try to post a bad video I might give you a warning first but the second time you try I will kick you out.Well that is all you need to know.Oh wait one more thing...I will change the picture every month.
Posted by Knave125 8 years ago
I'm planning a mystery dinner party. There will be a postage stamp on display. I have a way to trigger a lights-out remotely (just by plugging the lamps into a remote-control switch). During the blackout, which will last a few seconds until I can "find the fuse box," the stamp needs to disappear. I could of course just walk over and steal it myself, but I'm looking for other suggestions. Print the stamp with some kind of ink that will vanish if hit with a camera flash? Some sort of motor-and-string attachment that could pull the stamp into a hidden chamber in the display case?
Posted by snoyes 7 years ago
Being a HUGE ponies fan I've taken a note to all the recent and cool projects being put out by bronies on sites like EquestriaDaily.com and thought it appropriate to give bronies a place to post all these and compile them together. Here's your place to post 'ibles on ponies! :D -AdmiralCubie (theconstructionofart.blogspot.com)
Posted by Cubie2 7 years ago
The coolest TV remote ever! The "World's First Magic Wand," can now be yours. This universal remote comes with a built-in accelerometer which allows it to perform "13 magical functions" with which to amaze your friends. In fact, it works with IR sensors to engage with almost any device that can be remote controlled. Too good to be true? Check out the Kymera Magic Wand's charmingly addictive website and order yours today! Supplies are limited, so don't delay.
Posted by scoochmaroo 8 years ago
I was in Italy, and I saw a few street vendors selling these little paper figures in the form of Disney cartoon characters that would dance when music was played. They had little strings for legs, and they seemed to hover magically in the air and bounce around in time to the music. When the vendor turned down the volume, the little thing stopped dancing. I looked at the back of it, and all I saw was a little strip that looked magnetic. I am mystified. Does anyone what these things are called or how they work?
Asked by jessejwk 7 years ago
Hi.I just started a group to share instructables involving the use of a Magic Bullet Mixer. I love this gadget and I would like to use this group to collect and share recipes with everyone. When I have some time, I'll post some instructables describing how to make crepes, watermelon daiquiris and even hot chocolate. But in the mean time I was hoping some people would add their own recipes to get the ball rolling.Here's the URL to the group page: https://www.instructables.com/group/mbm/Thanks.
Posted by djspikehead 10 years ago
Darn, oh , darn... i made one before but cant find the instructions... it was a nice mini sliding lid paper box.. like an old fashioned matchbox.. with a little paper tab that attached the box to the lid.. and hid a little bug in it.. one side opened to show bug .. other side opened and tada... empty!! anyone know where instructions are..? pls and ty xo CT
Posted by DalaisLlama 5 years ago
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Posted by iceng 2 years ago
Could anyone help me with that time /magic fountain https://www.instructables.com/id/The-Time-Fountain-Also-know-as-Magic-Fountain/ What do i have to do with this information "The transistor (2N1711) can handle a maximum current of 500 mA"? could you also tell me wich potentiometer i should use and how i have to control the leds with them?
Posted by itge13 5 years ago
Hi. I'm a recently retired Magician/Ventriloquist, now focussing on assisting young magicians and beginners on the road to greatness. In my Instructables, I'll be presenting videos on how a trick looks, as well as how the trick works. We'll be concentrating on easy to do magic with simple items, so there'll be no need to purchase expensive magical gear. I welcome your questions, thoughts and suggestions. The aim is to provide as much advice and information as you need. Whether you're beginner or advanced, please feel comfortable to contact me with your problem, good news or just for a chat. I also welcome parents of interested youngsters to contact me for any advice or information that may be required. My sole ambition is to provide help where needed, to progress magicians along their chosen path. Further detail on who I am and what I do can be found at: http://bobedazzler.wixsite.com/learnmagicsecrets
Posted by kidsmagic 4 years ago
I have recently started playing Magic: The Gathering, and was looking to get a Playmat, I would like to make one because I don't want to spend a ton on a mat, I was wondering if anyone had any links to a tutorial on how to make a portable one from scratch for under $5? In case you don't know what they are, here is a link to some ( http://sales.starcitygames.com/category.php?t=a&cat=5090 ) Thanks.
Asked by Tuckoguy 3 years ago
For those people that arent familar with magic cards they are collecter as well as playing cards that you can collect and what i intend to make a mosaic out of the art from these cards. the idea is a 29 by 47 tile mosaic (of a face) which will probably be rather big, the tiles will be approx 2 1/16 inches (5.24 cm) by 1 9/16 inches (3.97 cm) so that will make the whole art work about 1.52m by 1.87m. so there will be the tiles all creating this picture and then i want to put a clear plastic sheet over the top (havent decided if i want it pivoted at the top of to have it completely stuck down but it is not really the problem). I would like to know of suitable methods for glueing each of the tiles as well as what to glue them too as well as bracing of the art to keep it straight and flat and all that, be it made of wood or anything nothing is a problem metal to some extent but yeah any ideas because what i have so far is the tiles ready to be cut and no way to stick them and no idea what to stick them too. any help would be appreciated and thank you in advance :)
Posted by Wozzaman 8 years ago
Everyone I know seems to have a terribly poor opinion of wiccan people, I just wonder why this is. I mean I know they're not really witches but does it really matter after all they're quite harmless, or are they?
Asked by woodle 7 years ago
Hello world! I have a random issue that has been stumping my class since it began: the doorknob is warm. No other doorknob there is warm. There are a few other knobs in the room and they aren't warm, so I don't think it has to do with the heat difference. They aren't just a little warm, they are significantly warmer than other doorknobs. I'm in a room full of engineers and none of us have any idea why they're so warm!
Asked by stale56 4 years ago
Hi, i play this card game "Mtg" and my fun decks are huge! (100-900 cards). Ive been tring to make my own card shoe / dispenser (a bit like those Casino Poker holders) which can hold lots of cards, but also be flexible enough to accomodate lots of cards, or less as the deck gets played out etc. I tried with a bottle of wine Cardboard box container, but am not sure how to make it stronger, or what do do. I could just go out and buy a plastic casino one but thought it would be cool to try and make one :) all advise and help and comments etc welcome. thanks, Pabloman (btw when i get my digital camera back i'll post some decks so you can see what i mean.) :)
Posted by paulpcc 9 years ago
I go to a place in Southern California called flame broiler,they have the best teriyaki sauce(they call it magic sauce).Im very picky when it comes teriyaki sauce,i dont like the alcohol in it and it needs to be sweet and viscous like maple syrup.Im trying to make a copycat recipe of the magic sauce if any one can help.
Posted by cyzco 5 years ago
Hi Crayzee here, has anyone found a pattern for a Dougal the dog toy out of the TV Show "The Magic Roundabout" My youngest has juuuust discovered the show and loves him. Help!!!?
Asked by crayzee 9 years ago