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  1. leumas1960

    T11 New Logo

    What do you think of the new logo? I personally don't like it, I thought the old one was so good it should've stayed forever, but what do you guys think?
  2. leumas1960

    What is the longest or most difficult flourish as of right now?

    Most difficult is actually the simple ones, such as the Padiddle, Carnahan fan, or under pressure, mostly paddidle though. Generally the most difficult thing is style and smoothness, which take lots of time and effort, whereas learning many flourishes in the first place is often the easy part...
  3. leumas1960

    What is the longest or most difficult flourish as of right now?

    Jackson 5 is probably one of the longest. I made a flourish myself that's a minute in length.
  4. leumas1960

    Check it out !! Did my first full sloppy riffle fan !! Woooo

    Ah yes, that is the life of a cardist.
  5. leumas1960

    Where to learn cardistry

    Glad that finally worked.
  6. leumas1960

    Where to learn cardistry

    that was supposed to be an entire playlist though. Try searching for "tn cardistry", or this link might work: https://www.you tu be.com/ watch?v=-YvPnQFH IK4&list=PLTl7m7NfpaE RV-oEYYKsa9RZoOTDVqQUi Remove the various random spaces when you paste it. T11 auto embeds the first video only, but...
  7. leumas1960

    Where to learn cardistry

    that was supposed to be an entire playlist though. Try searching for "tn cardistry", or this link might work:
  8. leumas1960

    Where to learn cardistry

    I personally have learned many flourishes from this Youtube playlist: Quite a few of them are really good, it includes well known ones aswell.
  9. leumas1960

    How can i know if my new move is original?

    If you don't know yourself, you can't know unless you ask someone.
  10. leumas1960

    Triple cut trouble shooting

    He's probably talking about this one:
  11. leumas1960

    PARALLAX: A Cardistry Short Film

    And by the way, if you were going for weird faces intentionally, it's really just that I personally don't like it. P.S. My mom said it depicts the draw of a deck of cards to me very accurately.
  12. leumas1960

    What To Look For In a Quality Deck of Playing Cards

    No, very recent ones. I've only had any Bees since this year, and so far they've all felt the same, and are the thinnest of standards, Riderbacks, and Tally-Ho's, and the most durable. Tally-Ho's are interesting because of their thickness, but they start clumping after about 5 or 10 minutes. And...
  13. leumas1960

    What To Look For In a Quality Deck of Playing Cards

    Interesting. I'd like to mention that the cambric finish, found on bee playing cards, is the most durable of any playing cards I've had.
  14. leumas1960

    PARALLAX: A Cardistry Short Film

    It's actually pretty good, like a work of art. The cardistry looked fairly good, but it was a bit slow and under practiced, and the weird faces ruined the cool, mysterious feeling the video gave off. If you worked on making the cardistry look smoother, perhaps performing it slowly or quickly to...
  15. leumas1960

    Packets

    I took a look at he article, I do agree that SOCV3 are really cool looking, that's why I even got some, but I found the durability to be lacking. Yes, they're reasonably durable, but I'm really picky about durability. I finally found what I believe to be the most durable deck, which is actually...
  16. leumas1960

    Packets

    I did want to try Ellusionist's cards.
  17. leumas1960

    Packets

    1. Smooth edges mean the cards slip out of my hands about 40% more, rough edges make otherwise slippery cards manageable 2. They start clumping aggressively when they're wearing out, in contrast to T11 USPCC cards, which generally stop sliding more smoothly, this is due to them being designed...
  18. leumas1960

    Packets

    I've noticed something though; smooth edges are bad, REALLY bad. Also, legends playing cards tend to grind to a halt, like when an engine is running out of oil, it feels terrible. Can anyone relate?
  19. leumas1960

    Help please.....Transfix

    Review very carefully, and practice practice practice. Swoosh is really hard (the one handed cut in net packets, hopefully that's the right name) but I just tried over and over and over, and now I can do it.
  20. leumas1960

    Judo flip by Franco Pascali

    Try learning muse cut first.
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