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Finger Roll

Image contributed byShifty
Image uploaded2001-08-23
Views so far1113
Last Edit2001-08-24
Author: boinkers
how do you do that?
Author: Sidivan
What the *&#@!? How in the hell does that work!? </td></tr></table><table width="100%" border="1"><tr><td>Author: <a href="profiles_user_Shifty.html">Shifty</a></td></tr><tr><td>Ok Ok Ok Ok... What your seeing isnt real, and sorry to spoil all your fun.:) I reversed the animation at the end, I thought it looked cool. But don't lose heart, this move is COMPLETELY possible if you move your hand to add inertia to the ball, but just doing it with your hand in a stationary position is almost impossible. Now, Since you have gotten yourself into this position it's only fair to tell you how to get out of it.. Well to get out of it, is the other animation that was uploaded of me called the "1b finger flip". If you watch this and then that, you will see how it all works together. Sadly, however this is "not" an acrylic move. The "Acrylic" style of this move is the animation that Kae posted called "1b pilf regnif" which as you can see is just finger flip spelled backwards:).. So there ya have it.. Sorry to spoil your fun, but as Marco one day pointed out to me.... You can't always beleive what you see. </td></tr></table><table width="100%" border="1"><tr><td>Author: <a href="profiles.php?user=maxime">maxime</a></td></tr><tr><td>wBy giving a 'spin' to the ball can this move be done backwards? since I guess the silicone ball grips more, with a bit of spin couldn't go 'backwards' ? just wondering I never used silicone balls myself. </td></tr></table> </td> </tr></table></body> </html>