Posted:So I just started to really get orbitals really down and really clean recently, but im still very confused as to how to get them to come apart cleanly, do you have to pay attention to which one is on top or coming around at a certain time? Or do you just get a sort of feeling for it over time? Anyone have any tips or tricks? Or should I just keep attacking it over and over and hope for the best?
Love is life Location: Northwest Ohio Member Since: 15th Mar 2011 Total posts: 16
Posted:I think theres a speed thing to it. it seems if I bring it over when they're slow they tangle or lock up but if they're still going fairly fast they come apart pretty well... it's really just something ya gotta play with.. usually I tend to pull my apposing arm( the one on the side you start the orbital) forward while pulling my other arm more back and they seem smooth..but, nothing seems to work 100% of the time.
Posted:Thanks guys, ill keep working on it, practice hyperloops and all that XD While I was trying to figure this out I accidentally stumbled upon the way to turn with an orbital and switch the orbital around and all that :3 is lots o fun