One for the move monkeys. Show above. Tutorial to the left.
To credit the force, I think it’s a variation of a Lewis Le Val force (which you can find in his release The Influencer), which is inspired by Tommy Rozum’s Pick-up Force.
If you know otherwise, please reach out and let me know and I’ll update.
Edit: this force is “Stop When Ready” by Henry Christ in The Jinx #74. Thanks, Leigh Herbert!
Kev started a new blog, check it out!
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I haven’t tried it yet, but I wonder if you can dribble the cards on top of the ditch. I’d be interested in seeing some other variations.
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Idea above. Slo-mo proof to the left.
If you’re looking for some new controls, Joel presents two very sneaky options. I like the cascade control and do it pretty well, but his version makes me consider switching.
I haven’t done much with the snap change (since my David Blaine phase. We all had that phase. Don’t lie), but if I were to, it would be this variation. It’s pretty fun to practice, too.
Two great controls from Joel. #1 above, #2 to the left.
Some updates and news. The 6th collection will feature YOU. Yep, there was some interest to submit tricks so that’s what’s happening. For now, there’s unlimited spots and you have one week to get everything in order and send me the perfect take of performance and explanation.
BUT there are some rules, which you will find on the home page. Entires that do not follow directions will not be included. So, please read carefully.
And what after the 6th collection you ask? Well, I kinda have a plan. I’ll update as I figure things out.
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