- Join Date
- Oct 2010
- El Paso TX
When performing dresscode . . . .?
For those of you who own dresscode, I have a question for you. Picture yourself in this scenario, you are in a public place with your spectators in front of you. The only people behind you are the ones going on with their day as normal. Depending on the situation some of those people may be watching from far, some may not. Your focus is on the spectators so its not like you can watch all those other people all the time. So, now knowing the situation, do you perform dresscode? What I mean is, would you take the risk of the other people not involved in your performance watching you as you turn for the change? What are your thoughts?"Cards are the poetry of magic"
- Johann Hofzinser
"Somethin's a miracle . . ."
- Daniel Garcia
adjust angles, or just do it.. if they aren't paying attention. no one will notice. it's a quick move. but sometimes it's not worth risking... just either pass or change your angle.