bhawkmember
48 posts
Location: MD, USA


Posted:
After a year of not really doing any poi ive decided to start again. After i saw saw this video i decided i just have to learn wraps. I love the bounciness of those well executed wraps. Other than those crasy wraps, what else is new in the world of poi, specifically glowstringing-type poi.

Jelloambiguous
646 posts
Location: Mpls, MN, USA


Posted:
alright, at first I was like, cool, not bad. Than the btb weave wraps came into played followed by all those other crazy things. nice stuff I feel inspired.

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JaedenGOLD Member
member
220 posts
Location: Edmonton, Canada


Posted:
That'd be the best bit of wrapping I've seen.

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bhawkmember
48 posts
Location: MD, USA


Posted:
I was watching the compilation video and theres this one move i cant figure out. Its about 1:12 into the movie, and it goes really fast. Looks like an air wrap maybe. Can anyone tell me what it is and/or how its done?

Kinudin (Soul Fyre)veteran
1,325 posts
Location: San Diego, California, USA


Posted:
Okay. I'm curious. How do they do that wrap that makes the poi circle get smaller really fast?

flidBRONZE Member
Carpal \'Tunnel
3,136 posts
Location: Warwickshire, United Kingdom


Posted:
okay, i haven't seen the video cause i'm on holiday away from my lovely broadband . But in responce to a wrap to shorten chains that can be done quickly, whilst doing the butterfly, when the chains are about to reach the top, open your hands and let the chains wrap around till they reach the top again, at which point clasp your hand again. You can do it so fast no one notices and from this you can easily go into buzzsaw and other moves which require short chains. Lengthening the chains again is simply a matter of unclasping your hands and giving them a quick flick to knock the chain off your hands again. The same principle applis for weave moves, i generally find it easiest to shorten them in reverse weaves.

iopmember
35 posts
Location: London


Posted:
that was cool thought the same thing it was ok but then i saw stuff that i have never seen b4 and glow sticks are ****ing hard to NOT get tangled up.

I liked the btb Hannibal lecter wrap and the one when it wrapped round the hands about three times and bounced out again and the whole wrapping round two bit of the body at the same time one the neck and a leg or and shoulder and an arm it was cool.

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flidBRONZE Member
Carpal \'Tunnel
3,136 posts
Location: Warwickshire, United Kingdom


Posted:
quote:
I liked the btb Hannibal lecter wrap
love the naming

iopmember
35 posts
Location: London


Posted:
well i once named a poi move that i found (btb corkscrew) 'smack my duck'

but i thought that the Hannibal lecter wrap already existed

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flidBRONZE Member
Carpal \'Tunnel
3,136 posts
Location: Warwickshire, United Kingdom


Posted:
ah btb corkscrew, been hitting myself learning that this evening. BTB butterfly weave is another potentially painful thing i'm working on at the mo.

'smack my duck' reminds me of something amusing that happened to me a few years ago actually

spiralxveteran
1,376 posts
Location: London, UK


Posted:
Hmm anyone know what codec/player you need to view those clips? Windows Media doesn't seem to like it on my machine.

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DJ DantanaBRONZE Member
veteran
1,495 posts
Location: Stillwater, Ok. USA


Posted:
ME SO HAPPY!!!

the Wrap Master Funk says "me not worthy, me not worthy!!!"

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DJ DantanaBRONZE Member
veteran
1,495 posts
Location: Stillwater, Ok. USA


Posted:
i forgot to mention...that is the BEST wraping I have EVER seen.

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Kinudin (Soul Fyre)veteran
1,325 posts
Location: San Diego, California, USA


Posted:
Dantana,

I agree with the wraps. Those are freaking amazing, and I'm going to learn how to do that totally.

Dissolved Girlmember
70 posts
Location: Italy


Posted:
wow....

it's the only thing I can say...

one.day.I.am.going.to.grow.wings.


colemanSILVER Member
big and good and broken
7,330 posts
Location: lunn dunn, yoo kay, United Kingdom


Posted:
now i understand what glowsticks are for

myron is unbeliveable. i'd have no chance keeping track of all those direction changes!
1:05 - wicked btb airwrap.

2:31 - WTF?!!??!
can *anyone* explain that wrap?

seems these boys have the right attitude too:
"no crew, no battles... we are just some friends who like to hang out and do what we like to do"

sound like some people i know...

[edit: just watched will's video - love the cheeky grab stuff @ 1:39, 1:48 and 2:39. 2:17 he does my new move (6 months ago damn it ) and then shows how to do the crazy move i questioned above. bth airwrap at the end too. lovely. ]

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Lixtrimmember
32 posts
Location: Sweden/Blekinge/Karlskrona


Posted:
That Will guy just been in to glowstringin for 2 and a half months when i shot that video....completely awesome

Theye are just jusing glowsticks right?

Kinudin (Soul Fyre)veteran
1,325 posts
Location: San Diego, California, USA


Posted:
I believe they have a blue and red photon attached to the top of the sticks as well.

DJ DantanaBRONZE Member
veteran
1,495 posts
Location: Stillwater, Ok. USA


Posted:
all I know is...they need to send in for COL4...!

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Taniwhamember
138 posts
Location: Aotearoa


Posted:
I agree, that was PHAT! Love those weave wraps, and the hanibal, the btl loops/ air wraps. Solid.

Its all just smoke and mirrors


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