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Genisis v2:: Recovery

Theory11 has given us a another glimpse of a move from Gensis v2. The first was Stardust, which is discussed in the previous post. The second disc is looking more and more promsing.

Card in Fan Recovery

This move is called Card in Fan Recovery. Looks like a nice little piece of eye-candy. In the comments on the video, Andre said,

“There are some very difficult moves on Genesis v2, but this one is one of the easier ones to learn – but looks awesome!”

Check it out here.

Posted: February 22nd, 2011
at 9:50pm by Robin Carey


Categories: DVDs,Flourishing,Genesis,Videos

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Genesis v2 :: Stardust

Theory 11 recently made an exciting news update pertaining to cardistry. They released a clip from Andre Jikh’s DVD series Genesis, from the second volume. The clip is titled Stardust. The first DVD was amazing. It provided an excellent source to build a strong base for cardistry and flourishing. I’m hoping we’ll get to see a bit more of his advanced repertoire in this next installment. In regards to a releaste date, Theory11 only gave us an ambiguous “VERY SOON”.

Here’s the news post and a link to the clip: http://www.theory11.com/news/genesis-v2-stardust/

Images from theory11.com

Posted: February 15th, 2011
at 11:00am by Robin Carey


Categories: DVDs,Flourishing,Genesis,Videos

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Customer Service at its Finest

A quick update here,
I have just received and been watching Red Mirror, by Helder Guimaraes, and it’s incredible. Expect an initial review very soon.
Red Mirror was supposed to be a Christmas Gift, but it sadly did not ship on time. Since we got the DVD late Dan and Dave decided to throw in a signed deck of v5 Smoke and Mirrors. That definitely made up for the delay, and then some. It’s the little things like this that show how D&D actually do care about and appreciate their customers. Thanks guys.

Signed Paper Denim

Posted: January 8th, 2011
at 12:08am by Robin Carey


Categories: DVDs,General Artifice

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