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Posted: No, I haven't got one, but I really want to make one... is anyone trying to understand something that they would really like me to make a video about? Advanced or beginner I'm not fussed. If I can't do it I'll have a go at learning and see if I can pass on some tips. Whatever the request I'll make my best attempt...
For now I'll be outside making a video tutorial...
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I could use some help transitioning into a corkscrew, nothing I have read so far really helped much. That's kind of a lame tutorial though. I will think on it, right now I am trying to figure our what to learn next.
Posted: Hey that was really helpful actually, thank you very much! I will have more time to practice tomorrow, it's 1 am here and I have to be up in a few hours I'll let you know more how it goes tomorrow
Posted: thanks for your help. i guess those videos will be enought for getting into cat-eyes so i'll start with them as soon as i make a new pair of pois ( i lost mines yesterday T_T ). EDITED_BY: julian_miranda (1233126202)
Posted: Thanks for Noels tutorial in the middle, I had a friend trying to get Cateyes.
Holding the poi and going through the motion you do right in the beginning is the best way that I've seen to teach cateyes... I haven't been able to think of anything I could really add to a tutorial off the top of my head. Any tips on how to teach it? (promise I won't rip you off and go make a video, but in the flesh lessons could do with some improvement if you've got something up your sleeves.)