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Topic: Old School Matrix
Message: Posted by: Kekoa (Nov 25, 2013 05:18AM)
I thought I'd revisit an older matrix routine that I was working on a few years back. Started with a "quickie" assembly by Curtis Kam...followed by another Curtis Kam matrix to slow it down...and finished with a Shoot Ogawa backfire. Please note that the camera angle is not where the spectator's are sitting...but I doubt that anyone on the Café will mind.
With all of the new and latest "Matix" type effects people are putting out...I still find myself performing older material. I just like the way this sequence flows. The first phase is fast...second phase slows it down but changes the method...and the backfire seals the deal.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j06hPKgJcvA
Message: Posted by: Rick Holcombe (Nov 25, 2013 02:09PM)
Very nice!
Message: Posted by: Dallas Robbins (Nov 25, 2013 08:06PM)
***, that's really nice.
Message: Posted by: Ado (Nov 26, 2013 01:21AM)
Yeah, very nice. Very well performed, I didn't feel like I was seeing any move. Good job!

P!
Message: Posted by: Kekoa (Nov 26, 2013 07:05AM)
Thanks guys for the positive comments! Aside from the technical aspects of the routine, I really enjoy watching the reactions of the girl during the different phases in this video. I would also like to hear from any Café' members who know the middle phase of this routine in regards to the backfire? When I showed Curtis the addition of the Shoot Ogawa backfire...his face went a little sour. At least, that's what I remember.
Message: Posted by: vinsmagic (Nov 27, 2013 02:06PM)
Kekoa I really enjoyed your handling
vi9nny
Message: Posted by: vinsmagic (Nov 27, 2013 02:07PM)
Kekoa I really enjoyed your handling you made old school look like new school
vinny
Message: Posted by: Zombie Magic (Nov 28, 2013 02:22AM)
Kekoa, WELL DONE!

You blew them away with your performance!
Message: Posted by: Kekoa (Nov 28, 2013 04:04AM)
@vinsmagic, Thanks for the compliment!
@zombie magic, The routine is all Curtis Kam...I only changed the backfire at the end...although, when performed for the right audience...it never ceases to amaze. Thanks for the compliment as well! Aloha!