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Posted:yay! A thread on Anti-Spin weaves!

So I was just thinking about them. Simian can probably think better about them, but I was bored so I posted this.

(I think) the default anti-spin weave is the anti-spinised equivalent of doing constantly translated isolations. ie: you're just isolating in one direction in front of you, doing the normal one bit iso, and constantly translating the staffs. (changing the ends that are 'together')

Sometimes my anti-spin weave has a few extra beats in it, as if you were folding the staffs under your arms in the 'non-anti-spin' version of the weave.

So after a comment by ben, I thought about the other obvious variations on anti-spinning isolations:

Anti-spinning the 'giant' staff created by the isolation. (very difficult, unless you have small sticks / huge arms.)

Anti-spinning just one of the staffs and getting the other to follow it. (Kinda weird feeling, not sure if it's visually effective yet.)

Moving the center of the isolation in a circle and anti-spinning on that.

Anti-spinning both of them and just having a quarter / half rotation of isolation in the 'middle' of the movement.

oh wait, I think the caffiene just ran out.

Questions: What about butterfly?


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Posted: Written by:

(I think) the default anti-spin weave is the anti-spinised equivalent of doing constantly translated isolations. ie: you're just isolating in one direction in front of you, doing the normal one bit iso, and constantly translating the staffs. (changing the ends that are 'together')



I disagree, the 'translation' is an effect of the antispin itself.

The spin spin of a 3bt antispin weave is like the "rowing" isolations with sticks, where you keep one end of each staff isolated in front of you, but while doing a 3bt weave.

but the easier version is the antispin of the simple rowing iso (where arms don't twist over each other at all)

other ideas...

cross pollination of superspin with antispin is rather pretty i think

changing the phase of a staff so that you gradually change from making star based shapes with the length of the staff, to describing the sides of a polygon. (4 point = cross\box) The effect on the wick trails brought about by the change are really interesting and still rather mindbending for me.

You can emphasise different aspects of the antispin. A true antispin circle makes very different trails to an antispin circle thats been emphasised to, for example, make the wicks isolate vertically and horizontally (circle vs "curvy diamond")

and antispin doesn't have to be circles, it can go in ovals of any dimension (fat, thin, tall, short) or bumpy circles or swastikas (a really visually impressive pattern thats got a real bad rep thanks to those pesky nazis)

for example, instead of making an ordinary cross isolation, you can make a pattern like two crosses joined at the side, like this: ++
only joined up properly. So halfway through the pattern the "centre of rotation" of the whole pattern jumps to one side, then back to the other.
or you could do it like this:
+
+
but only with a tiny staff or long arms or long legs.

hmm, i'm kinda rambling and being confusing aren't i?

ooh and phase baby. it's all about the phase. try a move where the staff starts vertically with it horizontal in the same hand position. Then try it diagonal. then get really confused. Now superspin it. Now fall over.

oh and all that applied to single staff really. but thats the same as doubles. theres just two of them.


"Switching between different kinds of chuu chuu sometimes gives this "urgh wtf?" effect because it's giving people the phi phenomenon."

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Posted: Written by: simian



 Written by:

(I think) the default anti-spin weave is the anti-spinised equivalent of doing constantly translated isolations. ie: you're just isolating in one direction in front of you, doing the normal one bit iso, and constantly translating the staffs. (changing the ends that are 'together')





I disagree, the 'translation' is an effect of the antispin itself.



<slap> that makes no sense.



So in order to anti-spin a normal isolation you have to use tranlations. But it's not an anti-spin version of an translated isolation.



either it's an anti-spin version of a translated isolation, or it has to be translated because otherwise the anti-spin doesn't work and it has a non anti-spin analogue that isn't 'just' a constantly isolated translated weave or a isolated weave.



Because applying anti-spin to something should mean you assume the application of translation too, in order to make it work.



 Written by: simian



oh and all that applied to single staff really. but thats the same as doubles. theres just two of them.





Oh, so that's why you illustrated your ideas with two pluses rather than one...



and if you just applied it to single staff it would be dull and easy and I could understand it, whereas if you apply it to two, I can't understand it. See that's an empirical difference that is.



non-stupid reply:



wait wait wait, are you saying to move the cross shape of an anti-spin movement in a circle that is itself anti-spin? So that not only the arm is anti-spinning, but the pattern created by the staff is moving in a circle... (or any other pattern) That would be cool. I think that would be compound circles ish.


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Posted:You are both insuferable geeks and that is all i have to say about this conversation wink

although I will be asking meg to explain it on thursday hug


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Posted:weaving, no problem, antispin, no problem, isolating, no problem, understanding you guys........

problem wink

Meg - ill see you at the weekend, when you can show me this jargan without words, so i can then say - "ahhhh is that all you mean!" wink ubblol

Saying that - please do not stop talking i like being confused smile


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Posted:So you must have the five point pentagon / pagan star and the three point triangle / flux capacitor also.

Though at least for the box / cross the difference is mostly in the spinner, and not much in the pattern. (apart from the turning of the pattern.) The difference being in which lines you emphasise.

The three beat weave with staffs anti-spun is pretty different from my extra beat anti-spin weave. Just gotta try the btb 3b weave anti-spun....

Forgot to try and join the crosses last night... will try harder at lunchtime. Plus all these weaves would be much more fun with random direction changing isolations chucked in...

ubbrollsmile


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Posted:To me, A doubles anti spin weave feels like an extension of translations where the translation is extented (rotated) to the point that it must cross the body in order to be continious.

In short. there is no decent way to describe this and agree... it has to do with geekology and personal preference.

I understand meg better that the monkey, but he knows what he's doing, no doubt.

Strugz, maybe you can come back and explain it when meg shows you. smile

That way we can have it in three completly different languages. wink

I havent played to much with this. But, my lovely Amelie has. After four dys of learning double staff she has cracked most or cetainly alot of variations. Including but not limited to hybrids (polyrythyms), flowers both paralell and butterfly and so on. its very impressive and yes meg, it does look cool.

I want more, I reckon antispin is good for your brain in a different way to normal spin...


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Posted: Written by: ado-p


its very impressive and yes meg, it does look cool.




confused unsure as to what precedes me, is it my reputation? confused


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Posted: Written by:

Anti-spinning just one of the staffs and getting the other to follow it. (Kinda weird feeling, not sure if it's visually effective yet.)



this bit


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Posted:meg, about the translation, we're in agreement, i just misread you the first time.

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Oh, so that's why you illustrated your ideas with two pluses rather than one...


no. Two pluses. One staff. you missed the point there. although i am being vague, because being precise makes my head hurt (and i should be working)

one staff goes round the whole pattern of ++ by going
[far left horizontal] > [top left vertical] > [middle horizontal] > [top right vertical] > [far right horizontal] > [bottom right vertical] > [middle horizontal] > [bottom left vertical] > [far left horizontal] > repeat

you see? "joined up crosses".

alternatively you transpose the right or left verticals in that pattern to get a lovely wierd swooshing pattern

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wait wait wait, are you saying to move the cross shape of an anti-spin movement in a circle that is itself anti-spin? So that not only the arm is anti-spinning, but the pattern created by the staff is moving in a circle... (or any other pattern) That would be cool. I think that would be compound circles ish.


no i wasn't saying that at all. But that's cool! if it makes sense confused2


"Switching between different kinds of chuu chuu sometimes gives this "urgh wtf?" effect because it's giving people the phi phenomenon."

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Posted: Written by: simian



one staff goes round the whole pattern of ++ by going

[far left horizontal] > [top left vertical] > [middle horizontal] > [top right vertical] > [far right horizontal] > [bottom right vertical] > [middle horizontal] > [bottom left vertical] > [far left horizontal] > repeat



you see? "joined up crosses".







No I don't see. I see what your getting at, I just don't see how it's done.



does it involve going behind the plane of your body? Or snaked anti-spin?



I start from the bottom left, up to the left vertical, then down to horizontal then up again? Or down to the the right bottom, which is probably what my anti-spin wants, rather than getting tricky with those two verticals in a row.



If I'm at the left horizontal trying to go up again, which end is going up? the end that used to be horizontal and is closest to the right vertical or the correct vertical end, meaning the horizontal end has to do something in order to get out of the way... ?





 Written by: simian



 Written by: mcp

wait wait wait, are you saying to move the cross shape of an anti-spin movement in a circle that is itself anti-spin? So that not only the arm is anti-spinning, but the pattern created by the staff is moving in a circle... (or any other pattern) That would be cool. I think that would be compound circles ish.



no i wasn't saying that at all. But that's cool! if it makes sense confused2





yeah it would make sense...



Code:

+

+ +

+





the anti-spin crosses would move in a circle like above... (but with each cross just being a normal cross... and tiny sticks and long arms.) not doing anything fancy...


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Posted:the burning question then is exactly how those four crosses join up meg and what the true resulting pattern is...



i think i get what monkey is saying:



the double crosses ++ pattern is a continuous pattern produced by making a new pattern with the hand spinning the stick.



this pattern is like a double, joined-up version of the bendy sided diamond shape that produces the normal cross antispin isolation, no?



kinda like this shape if you join up the gaps on the outside (to make a continuous line enclosing a vaguely figure 8ish shape) with nice bendy-inwards lines:



Code:

^ ^

< = >

v v





the translation between the standard single cross antispin pattern happens on the horizontal lines (although in reality this is actually a bendy line in a smile shape) between the diamonds.

i used an equals sign to show your hand traces it twice - once right to left and once left to right, on its way around the shape.



i think ubbangel



i like it in this forum.

its like i can be vague and not care at all that i'm probably both wrong and incomprehensible at the same time :mediatate:





cole.


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Posted:yes, like he said ubbangel

"Switching between different kinds of chuu chuu sometimes gives this "urgh wtf?" effect because it's giving people the phi phenomenon."

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Posted:hug


cole. x


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Posted:Ah look the man learns antispin at EJC - now hes finding himself all comfortable in this forum! rolleyes



If you had come here a while ago cole you would have realised that vaugeness and being incomprehensible are required trates of a staff spinner. wink smile



Welcome my friend, your journey to the staff side is complete biggrin



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Posted:thank-you mr strugz! biggrin bounce2 biggrin



however, i may be destined to never spin a staff normally...



even though i live with princess bambam and have watched you spin for countless hours strugz, my favourite things to do with sticks are still what drew used to do when he got bored doing perfect fishtails (i.e. off centre pendula, off centre spinning and translation) and monkey's techier-than-thou antispin-based wonderfulness.



me playing with a stick is not pleasent to watch and it may well never be.



but i'm having fun playing with my rod and that's what its all about in this forum innit biggrin wink biggrin





oh, and i answered my own question to meg in my last post:



if you do the crosses as x's, you can join them up nicely:



staff wick pattern:

Code:

X

X X

X





the hand pattern can then be determined by joining up the outside points of the crosses with those lovely bendy-inwards lines.



i'm not going to try to draw it in ascii but i have it on a piece of paper in front of me smile



damn you monkey and meg - i have loads of work to do and only and hour and a half left to do it!





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Posted:good, I hope you never spin 'normally' as if there is such a thing... Who wants normal in our little hippy spinning world? Not me.

anyway: simian! quoting myself...

"does it involve going behind the plane of your body? Or snaked anti-spin?

I start from the bottom left, up to the left vertical, then down to horizontal then up again? Or down to the the right bottom, which is probably what my anti-spin wants, rather than getting tricky with those two verticals in a row.

If I'm at the left horizontal trying to go up again, which end is going up? the end that used to be horizontal and is closest to the right vertical or the correct vertical end, meaning the horizontal end has to do something in order to get out of the way... ? "

still don't understand, please answer...


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Posted:monkey was desribing patterns that the wicks of the stick make.



you are assuming that he is describing hand patterns and are thusly getting confused.



i posted the equivalent hand pattern - did you read it or did you ignore them cos you thought they'd probably be about poi? wink



as for "does it involve going behind the plane of your body? Or snaked anti-spin?" that's far too complicated for my brain...



i am nonplussed about where i fit in crossovers in these hand patterns - there's probably a bunch of ways but i don't spin sticks so i just imagine doing everything in front of me using fingerspins ubbangel



told you i'm not normal.



ich bin UNTERNORMALISCHE!!!





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Posted:Yeah I know he is talking about sticks, but talking about where the wicks go is all well and good until you find that it is impossible to do because you have to go past triplespin into the territories of mr fantastic.

THe hands makes a giant circle when doing anti-spin, so I don't see how you can have confused it with me talking about vertical and horizontal lines...


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Posted:"THe hands makes a giant circle when doing anti-spin, so I don't see how you can have confused it with me talking about vertical and horizontal lines... "



no, they don't - that's exactly what we're talking about, no...?



quote from monkey's first post in this thread:



"antispin doesn't have to be circles, it can go in ovals of any dimension (fat, thin, tall, short) or bumpy circles or swastikas (a really visually impressive pattern thats got a real bad rep thanks to those pesky nazis)"



in order to make the double plus antispin pattern ( ++ ), the hands make the pattern i posted above:



Code:

^ ^

< = >

v v





and like i said, if you just cheat and do fingerspins until you understand at least the hand movements and resulting wick pattern, none of the level of twistyness of any of your joints matters at all.



i know this is poor technique but i reckon the pattern is possible while holding onto the stick too - you just need to work out when and where you need to cross to the opposing plane.



i'd hazard a guess that it would fit neatly into a forwards to reverse figure 8 pattern - now, go prove me wrong (or wait for monkey to turn up again) wink





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Posted:"does it involve going behind the plane of your body? Or snaked anti-spin?"

how would you do it "snaked antispin" without going behind the plane of your body???

it's a pattern of staff movement, the manipulation to achieve it is secondary the way i see it.



And the ++ doesn't get close to triplespin. As my esteemed colleague Mr Column correctly says, a forward to bacward fig 8 does the business nicely.



maybe you should try putting one of the staffs down miss meg. It makes it easy, you see? tongue



"I start from the bottom left, up to the left vertical, then down to horizontal then up again? Or down to the the right bottom, which is probably what my anti-spin wants, rather than getting tricky with those two verticals in a row."



um, bottom left to left vertical?? wha??

and i'd say the antispin prefers to go from vertical pole to vertical pole. Otherwise there's a direction change (which still looks sweet).



"If I'm at the left horizontal trying to go up again, which end is going up? the end that used to be horizontal and is closest to the right vertical or the correct vertical end, meaning the horizontal end has to do something in order to get out of the way... ?"



um, the end that alway goes up there in antispin?



This might help. The two wicks would make interlocking T shapes.



one wick is making this shape: ----]

while the other makes this one: [----

so the two of them together make this: --[--]-- (which is what i meant by ++ )



and coles

Code:

X

X X

X



is like my ++, only the massive version

which is:

+ +

+ +

but i left that out cos it's impossible without icklesticks.



but you can fit the crosses together anyway you want really, like sticklebricks.



and no, hands don't have to make a giant circle when doing antispin. Well, it depends how you define it really. But mine almost never ever do.

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Posted:that's not a pattern, it's like join up the dots. rolleyes

Yeah, but we're not talking about those stylistic versions of anti-spin we're talking about bog standard anti-spin, with a singular movement in the middle to create two anti-spin patterns. After all, box anti-spin hand movements make the space between four circles in a cross, but we don't talk about that. Just the crosses and the boxes. hands aren't on fire after all... wink

But you answered after a while that you didn't know so that's cool.

Seems like it should work with a closed grip in my head if you went from top left to bottom right and top right to bottom left. But this could just be my head.


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Posted:Think if I had a hour to kill I might be able to get some sort of under standing of what your on about (but would probably end up with something complete different). Think you should film so sort clips of the basic patterens (not that I would bother cos am lazy but you guys should).

go on, go on, go on wink


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Posted:oh, yes, i see now meg - you are mental wink



translation of the double plus pattern to 'normal' (read 'hands move in circles only' or 'messy') antispin, would equate to something like two circles next to each other:



oo



to link them and maintain the antispin motion, you have to go over the top of the first circle, down to the join *staying on the top* over the top of the second circle then round and then across the bottoms.



"I start from the bottom left, up to the left vertical, then down to horizontal then up again? Or down to the the right bottom, which is probably what my anti-spin wants, rather than getting tricky with those two verticals in a row."



this seems to suggest that you think you link these two antispin circles/patterns by moving your hand in an infinity sign type motion.

and you confirm that line of thought here:



"Seems like it should work with a closed grip in my head if you went from top left to bottom right and top right to bottom left. But this could just be my head."



i can confirm, it is just your head.



that method does not work: if you traced top left to bottom right and top right to bottom left, you end up doing antispin round one circle and spi-spin round the other.



unless you cahnge the direction of rotation of the stick halfway through the pattern.



which is whooooooole nother story biggrin



grouphug





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Posted:ahhhh, I was thinking in terms of starting in the forwards position and then going further away from my body with the second cross, rather than across my body to the reverse figure eight across my body position.

but you don't need to go behind the back to snake up an anti-spin, you might need to get out of the snake without changing direction... but that's another story...

putting down one of the staffs? I haven't picked one up yet... tongue

I think you should try +x or y'know x+ or maybe two triangles or boxes or whatever, that'd be fun... if it wasn't sooo easy... wink

Do it with two and the pattern might be worth watching without a 8 second exposure on a camera... rolleyes ubbangel


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Posted:for lushness and cross posting fun:

http://maniballe.net/files/antispicn07-2006.mpg


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Posted:megsed: "box anti-spin hand movements make the space between four circles in a cross, but we don't talk about that"



its less that we don't talk about it and more that you just ignore it...



this was in monkey's first post:



"A true antispin circle makes very different trails to an antispin circle thats been emphasised to, for example, make the wicks isolate vertically and horizontally (circle vs "curvy diamond")"



and this was in my first post:



"the bendy sided diamond shape that produces the normal cross antispin isolation"



smile



x+ doesn't work as a one stick pattern as there are gaps - show us where they join up and we'll tell you how to antispin it wink





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Posted:nobody cares cole, it's either a box or a cross. Or something else that doesn't look so nice.

Dude, who cares if there are gaps, it's a quarter rotation of the stick, get over it.


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Posted:"nobody cares cole, it's either a box or a cross. Or something else that doesn't look so nice."

ubblol that comes directly after a post containing a video with little other than cross antispin - that you yourself called "lush" ubblol

it does indeed only make a cross, but the way the wicks move through the cross is beautiful.

if you really think it 'doesn't look so nice', its probably because you're crap at it still - maybe when there's a contact version, you'll decide its hard enough to bother getting anywhere near clean...


until then, i apologise sincerely - please excuse my efforts to aid your understanding empress meg.

i truly did not realise when i started posting here that "if meg doesn't understand it yet then it doesn't count for sh!t".

i'll come back later when your brain has caught up...

tongue


cole. x


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i come to 'dis cafe quite a lot myself.
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mcp
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Member Since: 20th May 2003
Total posts: 5276
Posted: Written by: coleman


"nobody cares cole, it's either a box or a cross. Or something else that doesn't look so nice."

ubblol that comes directly after a post containing a video with little other than cross antispin - that you yourself called "lush" ubblol

it does indeed only make a cross, but the way the wicks move through the cross is beautiful.




don't quite understand this argument... "it's either a box or a cross..." and then you talk as if I hadn't mentioned the cross? What are you on? If you're going to insult my intelligence, at least try and read my posts...

and dude, there is a contact version... biggrin

and it's more like: Nobody else has bothered to say anything, so it's not like I'm really interrupting any fervered discussion so I might as well get it clarified in my head, which may or may not help other people to get it clarified in their heads. Somebodies got to say SOMETHING in order to have a discussion.


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simian
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Member Since: 11th Oct 2002
Total posts: 3149
Posted:box and cross confused

you're mixing up hand movements and wick movements there aren't you?

the "box" antispin patterns make two perpendicular pointed ovals (like two of these: () crossed over)

how do you make a box with antispin? The only way i can think of doing it is spin-spin...

ON AN ENTIRELY SEPERATE NOTE
i still think the coolest thing about the bendy diamond pattern is that it's actually a circle thats been cut into quarters then turned inside out.


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