Filmed live on-board the Carnival Fun Ship Ecstasy, this 40-minute-long video features Jonathan Royle, both demonstrating and then explaining a variety of techniques that can be used to make spoons and forks visibly bend, melt and snap.
Learn the misdirection psychology and the various methods that Royle uses to create the “miracle” of spoons, forks and cutlery turning almost into “liquid metal” — and then bending, melting, and snapping in front of people’s eyes.
(This was filmed on a cruise ship whist on quite choppy seas traveling back from the Bahamas to Florida, by somebody with a hand-held camera, so be warned there are some moments where the camera is shaky and the odd moment or two where things go out of focus.)
This is invaluable study material for anyone who already does metal bending – and certainly for those who want to add “impromptu” metal bending, melting and snapping “miracles” to their repertoire.
Rest assured that, while the video may be shaky in places, the information you will learn from its contents is worth many times its weight in gold to the mystery arts performer.