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TrunkZmember
16 posts
Location: San Antonio TX


Posted:
Has anybody seen Jo Derry in the video section of this website, he is doing butterfly then starts to turn it one way almost behind him then back to the middle then turns it the other way and back. After that he goes back and forth in like a 180degree motion keeping the butterfly going. Will someone tell me what he is doin and how he's doing it i would really appreaciate it
P.L.U.R.
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TrunkZ


tonemanmember
195 posts

Posted:
the name of the move is the same as the link you clicked to watch the video.

TrunkZmember
16 posts
Location: San Antonio TX



GlåssDIAMOND Member
The Ministry of Manipulation
2,523 posts
Location: Bristol, United Kingdom


Posted:
well I admit its not a very catchy name, for a move, but thats poi swingers for you.


let me just reinstall streambox and I'll get back to you as to what it is.
(twas playing with him on saturday, hes, got such a clean style like you wouldn't believe)

tonemanmember
195 posts

Posted:
aaaahhhh. THAT video section!
can't help there, damn firewall!

sounds like this move I do, where I spin those things around me, in a manner that resembles circles!

MrConfusedBRONZE Member
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529 posts
Location: I wish I knew, United Kingdom


Posted:
3 point TTN? Just a guess, don't know which video you're talking about. When you move your poi over and behind the other one, just put it behind your back. Sort of. Bit more complicated than that, but not much.

J

If you're not confused, you're not thinking about things hard enough.


vain-ego pkBRONZE Member
Lambretta Fanatic
4,997 posts
Location: United Kingdom


Posted:
i finx this en is called split time butterfly transfer if i'm not mistaken?
barh i got new footage of jo on my desktop...way better stuff, on its way down to you glass.


[ 08 November 2002, 21:35: Message edited by: Poi'd and insane ]

Jomember
517 posts
Location: Sheffield, England


Posted:
Yup, I think PKs right. You need to learn the split time butterfly in both directions, then you can turn with it quite easily. Easier than turning with same time butterflys.

Have fun.
Jo.

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