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3 balls, a couch and Van Gogh

lordlind

That’s my new 3 ball juggling video. After watching the footage the first time I noticed that I had too much stuff for a normal video. Because of that I decided to separate it in 5 chapters. I think that the structure makes it more watchable. Chapter 1: body placements Chapter 2: combinations and miscellaneous Chapter 3: fork and back of the hand Chapter 4: boxes and Co. Chapter 5: bodythrows and bodycatches Don’t except too much of the bodythrow/catch stuff. Recently I didn't work much on bodythrows/catches. Therefore the focus is more on the other chapters. Filmed in one session on January 29, 2012. Germany
3 - balls - a - couch - and - van - gogh - paul - lind

11:09

3847

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30-01-2012

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Endless Combo #105 Fork Catch - Sara Grip > FH Aeroplane

Kev

Endless Combo #105 Single Handed Fork Catch - Sara Grip > Fast Hand Aeroplane for the kendama forum.

00:09

1425

0

26-10-2014

[0]

Outlink 2016 #3 - Fork catch, grip change, flying top pivot, etc

shalafi

Round 3 of Outlink: Fork catch > Spike > Grip change (Secret Grip) > Flying top pivot > Grip change (penguin) > Grip change (normal) Keyword: Overcome Deadline: February 22nd 22:00 BST

01:24

921

0

12-02-2016

[0]

Stop Motion Fun

Mr.Thithos

This is an old short film i did for a friend´s project on the games of the South American Soccer League. This has a very little bit of juggling, but i´m very found of it, so i´m sharring as my first video. Next come the circus ones... hehehe Directed and photographed by LUCASZ

02:19

1586

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10-11-2011

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Trick With Hats: Forward Twiddle

TricksWithHats

Forward Twiddle - Twiddle the hat off the head and back on. It's got comedy potential too! Allegedly. Use a palm-up fork grip on both sides the hat, and lift it off the head. Remove the ring fingers from the brim and twist the hat between the fore and middle fingers. Stop the spin by gripping the brim between the fore fingers and thumb. Reverse the process to return the hat to the head. You can get an easy laugh by getting the return part wrong and pretending to hit yourself in the face. Jon Lockwood (of Mushy Pea Juggling fame, now working as with "Company of Fools") did lots of hat workshops at juggling conventions in the mid to late 1990's and started Mike and LP out on the hat road. This was often the first trick he taught...so it's Jon and this trick that ultimately led to the creation of this site. Thanks Jon! From the TricksWithHats archive

00:07

808

0

15-03-2015

[0]

Tricks With Hats: Screwdriver

TricksWithHats

Use a palm-up fork grip at the back of the hat and remove it, straightening the arm. As the arm straightens twist the wrist and take the ring finger off the brim. Spin the hat so that it moves between the middle and forefingers, then transfer the grip to the forefinger and thumb and continue the spin for as far as you can. Reverse the "twiddle" to place it back on the head. The main video clip for this trick doesn't show the fingers in any great detail. See the closeup version (120K mpeg) for a better view. For best results you might want to set your video player to loop the clip.

00:03

622

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15-03-2015

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Tricks With Hats: Upward twiddle

TricksWithHats

Upward twiddle - Twiddle the hat directly above the head Use a palm-up fork grip on both sides the hat, and lift it off the head and straight up. Remove the ring fingers from the brim and twist the hat between the fore and middle fingers. Stop the spin by gripping the brim between the fore fingers and thumb. You can either place it straight back on the head, or reverse the twiddle on the way back down. From the TricksWithHats Archive

00:03

630

0

04-12-2015

[0]

Tricks With Hats: Upward twiddle (one hand)

TricksWithHats

Upward twiddle (one hand) - Twiddle the hat above the head. Grab the hat in a palm up fork grip. Lift the hat straight up, remove the ring fingers from the brim and twist the hat between the fore and middle fingers. Stop the spin by gripping the brim between the forefingers and thumb. Bring it straight back down to the head. From the TricksWithHats archive

00:03

785

0

06-12-2015

[0]

trident manipulation - Cirque de Demain 1980

bad1dobby

This form of staff juggling now seems to be commonly called "fei-cha". It comes from the traditional Chinese acrobatic repertoire, and in chinese acrobatics books and videos that I have seen it is translated as "trident manipulation". The trident has loose elements at the head, which make the jangling sound - it's often a very noisy act. This spinner is Mohamed Badr El Nouby from the Cairo Circus School.

01:33

1657

0

02-09-2015

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twhForkTwiddle.mpeg

00:05

356

0

04-12-2015

[0]

 
 
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