- Join Date
- Sep 2007
- Tokyo, Japan
Your hands are quite smooth with the effect, nice job! I will say that I suggest you try and keep your upper body still a bit more. Your upper body moves in line with what your arms do, which actually makes the arm and hand movements seem way larger than what you are actually doing. I think the reason Ponta looks so amazing when he does it is that everything looks so effortless, whereas you are moving your entire body, and it seems more like "work" - although smooth. I hope that makes sense.
Also, on the appearance at the end.. there is a brief pause where your fingers set up for the grasp on the coin, under cover of the other hand, and it is quite noticeable (for someone that knows the routine that is). If you watch Ponta do it, the shape of his hand doesn't change, it is very fluid.
Also, someone pointed out the first tr*****r, where you can see the "precise placement" of one hand over the next. Try and make that seem less "move-ish" if you know what I mean.
Great job =) Keep it up.東京マジック！Good times.
- Join Date
- Aug 2012
Thank you for your advice, it was really helpful! I will be posting a few more so it will nice if you could have a look at those as well.