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3b Multiplex Mills Mess

balls used: 3
difficulty (harder to easier):
5b Crossover
4b Twist
4b Palmspin Tumble
6b Dual Palmspins
3b Multiplex Mills Messlogin to adjust
3b Palm Shower
1b Double Cradle Hold
1b Armroll to Shoulder Hold
7b Line Stack
default image: 2003-01-13
I know the animation is rather slow, but at least you'll see what's going on... It's nice as a gif because you don't hear all the noice it makes... Happy for comments


Good Variation
2003-01-14 04:58:55 by Shifty

Not a bad variation on the 2-3 ball flying butterfly that's posted. Good Work

re: Good Variation
2003-01-16 21:36:50 by mdamelio

so who is this mysterious poster, I'm not seeing a name with this move?

re: Good Variation
2003-01-17 10:55:22 by anders

Well, my name is Anders. I'm a swedish contact juggler. Thought the username would show up automaticly...

re: Good Variation
2003-01-17 14:41:33 by silver

we like, i think i'll just go figure it out! look forward to more. thanks for sharing etc etc

re: Good Variation
2003-01-17 21:22:35 by anders

It was this site that made me start cj-ing (I've been toss juggling several years), so I think it's just fair to share. I would post more if my computer weren't that crappy...

re: Good Variation
2003-04-10 08:39:52 by shyft

I really like having that slow animation. Is that reproducible for other moves? Or at least future submissions?

re: Good Variation
2003-05-28 19:56:05 by muchi

this move looks great( i like that the animation goes slow)

re: Good Variation
2003-10-01 21:52:43 by gvsb

sorry for the blank comment : ) very nice! I have been practicing a while on that move and in order to avoid the sound of the balls, you may catch it on the cradle, make a b/fly to keep both balls in one palm, b/fly the separated ball and keep it going silently... (just in case you'd like a variation) all the best Anders : )

re: Good Variation
2003-10-24 14:30:17 by anders

That's a good idea! Have to try that out. Nice to hear that people take time to learn the move.

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