CJ1998 wrote:You're just standing still. Not sure if you're doing that on purpose, I see the snow and I can understand the footing issues.
Are you working from the hit backwards? If not, check this vid out.
SkeeterBuzzzonaut wrote::D Really good job on the art.
The watercolor piece is the best in my opinion. I know how hard watercolors are, and you're painting looks about 75 times better than anything I've ever done with watercolors. Good job dude.
SkeeterBuzzzonaut wrote:Speaking of pivot, with as much power as you're putting on your throw that front foot should be pivoting around a little more. If your front foot is at 90 degrees to the baskets you could hurt you knees by twisting all your weight over it without a pivot.
malinkie wrote:i want to see that painted on a disc. It would definately be a beautiful work of art
JR wrote:Before everything else for level throws try planting your right leg about 8" to the left of where you're now and for hyzers at least 10" preferably 12" or more to the left of current placement. This is fundamental and if you learn compensating methods you'll need to unlearn them before learning a pure form. Wish I had known that earlier. also bending down more and not locking the right knee straight is one fundamental that must be right before continuing. As a practice exaggerating is often beneficial. Try emulating forward thrusts and backward evasions of fencers in fencing position. Thereafter proper stance (higher for DG) is easy.
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