Archive for November, 2006

Dice Stacking

Thursday, November 30th, 2006

You probably only need to watch one dice stacking movie in your life, this one is good:

YouTube – DICE stacking MOVES vol.2
Theres many more over on Yout, it’s pretty much more of the same as far as I could see. Theres only so much you can do with 1 trick!

EJC DVD Review

Wednesday, November 29th, 2006

ejcover.jpgShort Review: Buy it.

Longer Review:
Buy it, it’s brilliant.
Lots of atmosphere, lots of high skills in both juggling and manipulation, lots of fun, lots of shows, lots of ideas, high quality filming, great editing and 4 hours long (2 disks). Totally raised our expectations of how good an event DVD can be, best EJC video ever. If you are into Juggling or Manipulation I recommend this for your Christmas wish list.
Computer game style review: 97.2%
Enjoy watching these 2 online 2 sample clips.
You can buy it online at juggling.tv for £16 + p+p.
Howie and Jen made it Howie Bailey – video PRODUCTION.

Phew, got through the whole post without mentioning PEGS!

Training of Young Chinese Acrobat Photos -Michael Wolf

Monday, November 27th, 2006

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Stumbled Upon incredible photos by Michael Wolf of the Training of Young Chinese Acrobats … Made me think. And also these photos of more Abuse Children training for the Olympics.
Drew

China Acrobatic Troupe Video

Monday, November 27th, 2006


China National Acrobatic Troupe on youtube

Wow, very High Skill Manipulation.Vase manipulation a little staff/trident from traditional Chinese troupe. Thanks to Meghan for the video link.

Rollerman

Sunday, November 26th, 2006

rollerman Rollerman is a superhero for the 21st century. Armed with his special rollerskate suit, he will first conquer Paris and then THE WORLD!

Seriously, though… I like the video, but I kinda wish he had played some old school hip-hop and done the robot… but maybe thats just me.
This blog has gotten wierd, eh?

Strong Machine 1 & 2

Friday, November 24th, 2006

If David Elsewhere and Mr Steen and Josephine were THE SAME little 11 year old Japanese School Girl… Youtube video

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The same girl featured in a video posted earlier on in this blog by Drew. This time she’s left the Teddy Bear behind and brought her Daddy along instead.

EDED aka “LTC”
[Ministry]

Travis Pastrana Moto X Games

Thursday, November 23rd, 2006

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Dude + Motorbike + acrobatics. Incredible skill, I think this is totally impossible!

Popping in Bollywood

Wednesday, November 22nd, 2006

Drew, I see your Japanese Schoolgirl, and raise you a little Indian.

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You’ll enjoy it, I promise.

EDED aka “LTC”
[Ministry]

Bodypopping – Steen and Josephine

Wednesday, November 22nd, 2006

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An intricate and complex animation duet from Mr Steen and Josephine of Denmark.

Japanese Schoolgirl Popping Video

Wednesday, November 22nd, 2006

Continuing with the popping theme. If Dave Elsewhere were an 11 year old Japanese school girl ….Video

Not fresh moves, more a very good “in the style of”, but for sure, the skill is incredible, and if she really is 11 year old, Double incredible.
Teddy Bear manipulation? Body manipulation?

Michael ‘Boogaloo Shrimp’ Chambers

Tuesday, November 21st, 2006

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Michael ‘Boogaloo Shrimp’ Chambers is one of the coolest poppers ever, aka Turbo from the movie ‘Breakdance’. This movie was recently re-released under the better name ‘Breakin’.

Boogaloo Shrimp was one of Michael Jackson’s dance teachers. It was with Michael Jackson that Shrimp developed the moonwalk, before being awarded his leading role in ‘Breakin’. Chambers has also appeared in Various Music videos as a dancer and has had numerous television appearances.

More information On Michael Chambers Along with more videos of his performances.

EDED aka “LTC”
[Ministry]

Learn Moonwalk Video

Tuesday, November 21st, 2006


YouTube – learn Moonwalk

Watch the first 12 seconds! to see some very clean technique for a moonwalk.
The rest of the clip is the classic moonwalk lesson – in French, but comprehendable for Anglophones. Save it for when you want to learn.