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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Zkhan, Sep 16, 2013.
@Jellyman learn baks, baks are life. And reverse sonics in all slots
And you... Lol
My learning order is more or less like this, nail the four fundamentals in whichever order you prefer, and then move on to other variations of the base tricks, then connect them. I'm just a little better than the average beginner, just by knowing all these fundamentals and their variations; past these easy self-taught tricks, I suggest you go out and actually find other pen spinners that can teach you stuff they know (like I did when i found esp at my high school, it was tight)
Thumbaround: Regular, Reverse, Fingerless, and Multiple variations.
-Learn to catch Thumbaround in different finger slots for other tricks.
Sonic: Regular, Inverse, and in multiple finger slots.
Charge: Regular and Reverse, in all finger slots, thumbflap.
-Shadows: palm down charges will lead into shadows.
Fingerpass: Normal and Reverse, in all finger slots and thumbflap, get good at this for fluidity.
-Twisted Sonic is essentially a charge combined with a fingerpass.
Other things to add on to fundamentals: Palm up/down variations, busts and baks, wiper tricks. These I suggest finding other pen-spinners to teach, because no amount of description on forum posts can teach as easily as watching somebody do it, and conversing with others in the process of learning.
what to do when you learn every single pen spinning trick?
learn new linkages
or simply just make your own tricks
keep doing the tricks util you can do them fluently the do some combos
lmao just wondering why did you make your name that
because I am a nooby pen spinner
but surprisingly, my first trick was the twisted sonic and i cant even do a thumbaround
What should i learn after :
(Ive learnt this in a few days,but i cant do sonic)
Is there anyrhing i can learn thats not as hard as sonic and it can be learnt in a day?
Considering Sonic is a fundamental I'd say learn that. It's a foundation for many other core tricks, there's a reason it's one of the 4 fundies. You'll be hard pressed to find any trick you can learn in a day, most take at least week to learn and much longer to master.
why do you wanna learn tricks in under a day
Idk,just want to learn something as easy as twisted sonic or infinity
Fundamentals & reverses
twisted sonic & rev
warped sonic & rev
neo sonic & rev
sonic rise & rev
Fl TA & rev
twisted sonic bust
demon's sonic bust
Pass & rev. (obviously)
inverse sonic & rev
wiper & rev
Figure 8 & rev
And I know some simple linkages
Probably learning the Korean Back Around in all main slots would be good and really help widen you trick base and combo potential. You already know busts and if you want you could try learning Double and Triple Bust, but you may rather want to focus on starting to form non-obvious combos. Like Sonic 34-23 > Twisted Sonic 23-12 is a pretty obvious connection, but try coming up with things that take a little more practice and thought. This will be easier once you learn Baks too because there are many possible transitions into Baks.
After Baks you'll have most of the introductory tricks learned, so you could go for slightly less common tricks, like Palm Spin and Swivel, to further increase combo variation. Basically after Baks and Palm Spin learn whatever you want and start focusing on creating 2 or 3 "quality" combos that you don't easily learn in like 2 minutes. In regards to specific tricks after Baks, really just go for anything, like power tricks (e.g., Hai Tua and Palm Spin > FL TA), or perhaps Wiper linkages, or Reverses/Inverses of tricks, or whatever because you do have a lot of tricks down, so combos should be one of the next big steps in addition to whatever tricks you learn.
K, thanks =)
Can do a lot of tricks minus power. Now that im kind of lost, should I be learning power to improve the quality of my pen spinning.
- I did like two hai tuas ever, could definitely work on that
- Learned Sym bak
Thats just about it lol