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5.2 Conjuring

Popularized in Gloving by famous light artists like [PM] Munch, Conjuring is a style in which the glover utilizes the on/off functions of the light to create the illusion that the light is disappearing, teleporting, or changing in some way. Typically only a few lights are left on at a time and then transferred from finger-to-finger by clicking one light off and the other one on. The effect this gives is one of pure magic, as the glover is able to make lights disappear and reappear in a flash

The Move [How to]:

Where You've Seen This:

emazinglights gloving tutorial conjuring techniqueemazinglights gloving tutorial conjuring technique

Why You Need to Know This:

Conjuring you gain knowledge of the viewers focal point, and they are also good practice for mode changes. One of the least practiced styles in gloving but one of the techniques that will amaze the casual audience.

Who Uses This:

Munch, Warrior, Mez

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