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Nlod
stranger

Member Since: 18th May 2009
Total posts: 3
Posted:
I'm loving my iso's at the mo, and was experimenting a little with TTN. I made this vid, an attempt of trying to explain it. I 'discovered' it a couple of weeks ago and have been browsing a little and haven't been able to find much at all like it, so i though i'll make a vid an put it out there. Oh and it's my first attempt at a tutorial, i've only been spinning a year.





Thanks!

Oh and comments are appreciated yes

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philisweatly
philisweatly

life's a garden, dig it
Location: Tennesse, U.S.A.
Member Since: 20th Feb 2008
Total posts: 115
Posted:really cool concept. I could see doing some extention isolated butterflies and TTN work would look pretty cool. Or some wall plane isolated butterflies and flowers. good stuff.

haha

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tres
newbie
Location: dorset
Member Since: 25th May 2005
Total posts: 29
Posted:that looks really cool, im having alot of trouble with my isolations atm!

Jelly

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LkL
LkL

journeyman

Member Since: 17th Aug 2009
Total posts: 79
Posted:yeah same here. right hand gots it left hand lacks.
im noob still.


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Spacedub
Spacedub

Bob
Location: New Zealand
Member Since: 13th Nov 2008
Total posts: 5
Posted:iso iso iso so good for the wrists =-) I like doing backwards Bfly isoz then sliping the pois apart so the ends of the poi just meet in the air and do a thread the needle thingy

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