All High Dude, Ruler of What You Want Location: Trenton, MI, USA Member Since: 25th Oct 2009 Total posts: 2280
Posted:Oh I like that one, it feels so nice Let me think. I don't understand how linear isolations work. But I understand fully how to do them and the entire concept. Just not physics-wise why they do what they do.
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eca member Location: Minneapolis, MN Member Since: 14th Mar 2010 Total posts: 197
Posted:I can't do a windmill if I try but I often do it from a corkscrew.
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Rampant whirler. Location: Geelong, Victoria, Australia! Member Since: 1st Aug 2007 Total posts: 2418
Posted:Well, Detroit, you've hit on something there that I didn't actually mention it.
Its a flattened cateye THROUGH point isolations. There is a point isolation top and bottom.
I am of course talking about the straight horizontal or vertical line isolation rather than the squares and other patterns that one can make through line isolations, but most of the others are still loosely based on the cateye motion.
With the square, for example, theres actually a prospin and and an antispin way of doing it! If you do it BF and have them go the same way, one will be antispun and the other will be spun as a natural process. The antispin one is loosely based on a moving cateye motion, but its also a cycloid.