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Discussion in 'Advanced Tricks' started by Zkhan, Sep 16, 2013.
i.suk said it was a ta aerial. the grabbing part is just an addition i guess
Looks like a flta release, but I'm not sure though.
These are spreads (~ta)
What is the first trick + linkage ? Counter HandAround ?
https://twitter.com/NawkyDoge/status/878966064394252289 (sorry for the shitty link)
I've been trying to learn t1 bust, but all I keep doing is a charge t1>neosonic rev t1-12. Is there by chance a tutorial on it, or does anyone have any advice on learning t1 bust?
oh yeah i've been wanting to learn that trick too
just slowmo like a tigres combo with the trick in it
whats a t1 bust lol
not proper notation but i get what he was saying
What am I doing?
Double thumbaround I think
lmao that's a double thumbaround, but on the second thumbaround you are kinda pushing the pen with the assistance of your index & middle finger (like making the "come here" motion)
looks ugly imo
It's the same as the first trick of this vid. There is no name for that yet
(not so ugly)
rip i can't view the video not available in my country (USA)
also im pretty sure it is indeed a double ta, because it goes around the thumb twice lol
Pseudo TA to FLTA? LoL
how are these called?
if they couldnt be visualized well, the description of the tricks are in the video description(yas, sounds redundant right?)
1. Sonic Clip 23-12 ~ Shadow 13-12
2. Inv. Sonic 23-12 ~ Shadow 13-12
what is it ?
I’ve asked about a similar trick in the past and it was described as some kind of half tap, dual pass, powerpass or pseudo around. You can read the discussion following my old post #104. The link to the original video seems to be broken but it looked like this and I think it looks like the reverse of the trick you did.
In more standard notation I think it might be notated as index around rev~basketball spin rev, but it’s a bit difficult to see exactly how you execute it.
Thats clearly a Mirrored half-Inverse Index Tap Reverse 0.5 pushed with the middle finger
jk (well maybe). But if a label such as "half-tap" or "dual pass" or "pseudo around" can be applied to it, it would only work in the same sense that a Swivel may be described as a "Sonic". i.e., we're stretching labels to apply them in ways not ordinarily done
edit: of course, that may not be a "bad" thing. One could argue the basic notation system was built to be able to handle this, certainly Fel2fram notation is.. But if we do apple a name to this trick, which is the purpose of the thread, then Mirrored Dual Pass 12-12 Mirrored Dual Pass Reverse 12-12 (i dunno) may be the most apt label (guess that's not a big stretch actually)
I found the video with this trick.
here it is :
But I do not know the Japanese language.
Please help me translate the name of the trick from Japanese into English.