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Posted:Hey all.. Another vid for my progression archive
I gotta say tho, I wasn't really in a spinny kinda mood at that moment and I had no music to spin to .. bleh.. so my timing is off and I'm more lackluster than I like to be. Unfortunately, I had a very small window of time to record and get it to file.. so it coulda been better.. but then, lookin at it, it coulda been worse :P (however, I will continue to delude myself into thinking that I never tried an isolation in this vid (I can't believe how crappy they are .. sigh))
I mainly wanted to get the throws on file, since I didn't actually know how they looked till now (tho, they are sure fun). Wish I had done more longarm stuffs and flower attempts, just wasn't thinkin straight. Ahwell, here it is, 6ish mins at 13M:
Definition of poi- A Hawaiian food made from the tuber of the taro that is cooked, pounded to a paste, and fermented.
Posted:great job suibom the iso's arent that bad, you got me beat. i love how people (and cats) are walking through the frame. not to mention the truck that doubles back to see what the hell you are doing!
Posted:Hehe, I got a few people stop and look at me when I was doing it in a carpark, then a little girl walked past and stopped. Her mother like dragged her off, I think she was well scared of me lol!
[color:red] To Use One's Mind, Is Pure Strength... [/color]