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Post by Min3rl3g4nd on Sun Mar 20, 2016 8:28 am

Yes, it's called dirt Neutral . I made a track and did whatever.



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Post by Apple on Sun Mar 20, 2016 9:29 am

I really liked that recycled nose manual at the beginning. Thought it looked cool and I wasn't expecting it.
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Post by Opal Rider on Sun Mar 20, 2016 9:29 am

Flow wise, I think this might've been your best track so far. You played around a lot with tumble lines on an x manual, which brings me a lot of nostalgia for a lot of my old tracks. And while trying out the dot idea from interrobang isn't terrible, and I fully understand this is a do whatever track, intention is everything when it comes to green line tricks. They need purpose, be that completing a shape that you made with a manual, or giving the audience something coherent to look at. The smaller, intermittent sections of green didnt quite fit that budget.

Hope this critique gives you ideas for your next track.

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Post by Min3rl3g4nd on Sun Mar 20, 2016 11:56 am

@Opal Rider wrote:Flow wise, I think this might've been your best track so far. You played around a lot with tumble lines on an x manual, which brings me a lot of nostalgia for a lot of my old tracks. And while trying out the dot idea from interrobang isn't terrible, and I fully understand this is a do whatever track, intention is everything when it comes to green line tricks. They need purpose, be that completing a shape that you made with a manual, or giving the audience something coherent to look at. The smaller, intermittent sections of green didnt quite fit that budget.

Hope this critique gives you ideas for your next track.  
Really? I thoght this was the least best.

Non-quote part: This was just a strange experiment to me guys, im not that great with contact juggling.The part i enjoyed doing is the huge 180° line.
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Post by ScrungleBlumpkus on Mon Mar 21, 2016 12:34 am

Contact juggling is meant to complement his motion, not force out pretty designs and patterns. I thought I'd point this out, because that's exactly what you did. The designs will happen as a result of the complementary motion.

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