Character Animation Crash Course. Eric Goldberg. Sleights of Mind. Stephen Macknik. Criss Angel. Force: Character Design from Life Drawing.
Mike Mattesi. A Beginners Guide to Magic Tricks. Zachary Howard. The Education of a Photographer. Steven Heller. Extreme Brain Workout. Tricks with Your Head. Mac King.
Reframing Photography. Rebekah Modrak.
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Francis Isaac. Script Supervising and Film Continuity. Pat P Miller. Rosa Suen. Brain Boot Camp. Simon Wootton. Ian McCoy. Bending Light. Mark Owen Lissick. What Makes a Professional Photographer. Luis Gonzalez. Louis Nikola.
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The White-Magic Book. John Le Breton. Figure Drawing Methods for Artists. Peter Boerboom. Inside the Pleasure Dome. Mike Hoolboom. Karl Fulves. Self-Working Card Tricks. Self-Working Mental Magic. There is not much known about him other than his incredible output of magic literature. He has taught thousands of beginners, young and old, to perform remarkable feats of sleight of hand through the books he has published.
Fulves is most well-known for his "Self-Working" book series from Dover. He published three more issues and then at issue in October stated "The bird will be fondly laid to rest. He also started another periodical called Epilogue from until In , Joseph K. Schmidt submitted Fulves a coin flourish complete with illustrations. The contribution was published in Volume 5, Issue 10 of Pallbearers. Fulves was very impressed with Schmidt's artistic abilities and, coincidentally, was looking for an artist to illustrate some of the lengthier routines.
He asked Schmidt to illustrate an effect called Canterbury Cups and Schmidt agreed. Fulves and Schmidt's relationship grew. Fulves was the first person to refer to Schmidt as an "artist". Schmidt has illustrated over 75 books, manuscripts and booklets for Fulves, including Swindle Sheet, Cheat Sheet, Rigmarole, and Verbatim. Shortly after concluding Pallbearers and Epilogue he announced the birth of a new periodical, The Chronicles Limited to 36 issues, The Chronicles took from to to complete, and during those ten years, some of the finest close-up magic of the period was explained in its pages.
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Easy Magic Tricks. Joseph Leeming.
Raymond Luczak. City Poet. Brad Gooch. The Book of Magic. Brian Busby. World Without War. Mysterio's Encyclopedia of Magic and Conjuring. Gabe Fajuri.