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    Ok,

    Here is a clip of various versions of 5 swords incorporating the figure 8 as well as a buckle. My focus here was to just keep moving....

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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6HKwkc5msiI

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    Default Re: 5 swords another version

    Quote Originally Posted by blfycdq View Post
    Ok,

    Here is a clip of various versions of 5 swords incorporating the figure 8 as well as a buckle. My focus here was to just keep moving....

    Regards,
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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6HKwkc5msiI
    Ha ha I saw it that time. After looking at it a few times I figured out what you were doing eith your extension I think. Correct me if I am wrong, after your second chop you did a figure 8 to the head (hammer fist - back knuckle) into a heel palm - elbow sandwich. Than buckle and take down? Did I get it? Either way it looked cool to me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by blfycdq View Post
    Ok,

    Here is a clip of various versions of 5 swords incorporating the figure 8 as well as a buckle. My focus here was to just keep moving....

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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6HKwkc5msiI
    I liked it! Very interesting.
    Only critique: (You knew it was coming)
    better lighting!!!

    Other'n that, looks like you were having a good time.
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    Ha ha I saw it that time. After looking at it a few times I figured out what you were doing eith your extension I think. Correct me if I am wrong, after your second chop you did a figure 8 to the head (hammer fist - back knuckle) into a heel palm - elbow sandwich. Than buckle and take down? Did I get it? Either way it looked cool to me.
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    Yep....you got it! Sorry for the video quality...,my camcorder was taken, thus I am now using a digital camera.

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    Default Re: 5 swords another version

    I'll have to check it out at home, the screen at work is a little dark and so I couldn't see much. Seemed "flowy" as always.
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    Quote Originally Posted by blfycdq View Post
    Ha ha I saw it that time. After looking at it a few times I figured out what you were doing eith your extension I think. Correct me if I am wrong, after your second chop you did a figure 8 to the head (hammer fist - back knuckle) into a heel palm - elbow sandwich. Than buckle and take down? Did I get it? Either way it looked cool to me.
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    Yep....you got it! Sorry for the video quality...,my camcorder was taken, thus I am now using a digital camera.

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    Very nice extension than. A little hooking wings into snaping twigs, into gripping tallon. LOL, thats a lot of technques in one. Like a little recipie for hurt LOL.
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    As always... thanks for sharing.
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    Thanks for posting!

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