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Post by Sputnik » 25 Mar 2006, 21:12

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Post by murilo » 27 Mar 2006, 12:31

nice vid man, really like it :D , cool combos and tricks

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Post by Sputnik » 28 Mar 2006, 01:55

I will review each video in a judging like format

C1. What was the skill level of the freestyler?
C2. What was the most complicated trick that he/she performed?
S1. What was the style of the freestyler?
S2. How did his/her tricks flow from one to the next?
O1. How original were the tricks in the video?
O2. Was was the most interesting or unique part of this video?
E1. Did the video feel too long or too short? How well was it edited?
E2. How fun was it to watch this video?

Complexity score: 1-10 pts
Style score: 1-10 pts
Originality score: 1-10 pts
Entertainment score: 1-10 pts


C1. Advanced combos and tricks, competant stalls and upper, if not varied enough
C2. 16 atws, latw-cross-atw-atw-atw-tatw, plus a load of combos due to their length
S1. Advanced Controlled lower, competant stalls and sitdowns, sometimes shakey upper
S2. All his combos were flowing, decent lengthed upper and sitdowns, but lacking in mixes of these.
O1. KneeCrossover (invented) very cool, mixed up his lower combos to include a lot of intermediate tricks
O2. KneeCrossover, the panna was different, although took a bit long and could be shortened.
E1. A bit long, could have cut out a few less impressive combos, and a couple of things filmed by his friends.
E2. Nice video, liked the techno music, good end, a little repetative

Complexity: 9
Style: 7
Origionality: 6
Entertainment: 5
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