A nice pattern we juggled at Hamburg Juggling Convention 2018. It's a combination of two scrambled V variations with two manipulators.
J1(3)x: Heff Zap Pass Doublepass Self
J2(3)ll: Pass Doublepass Self Heff Zap
J1(3)x: Heff Zap Self Zap Self
J2(3)ll: Zap Self Heff Zap Self
J1(3)x: Heff Zip Zap
J2(3)ll: Zap Heff Zip
No magic, here.
J1(3)x: Pass Self Self Zap Self
J2(3)ll: Zap Self Pass Self Self
J1 does crossing zaps – so he does strainght single passes! J2 does straight zaps, so he does crossing single passes.
The zap and the pass need to be a full beat different in their timing…so, floaty single passes might help!
The zap is magic, again.
J1(2)x: Zap Zap Zip
J2(2)ll: Zap Zip Zap
If you get bored fast, do the zips behind the back!
This pattern was a part of the "Improving your zaps" workshop by Brook & Nicki. It is quite easy but more fun than 5 zaps 1-count…
The zap is magic. Unfortunately we took only super beautiful red clubs to the beach, though.
James and Cameron taught a very nice 7 club "righty lefty" passing workshop at Berlin convention 2018. I especially enjoyed their way of marking the starting juggler with a crown in their pattern notation.
A "quick and dirty" run of I Didn´t See It Coming just to test the backflips. They are great! First, they are a new kind of throw and second, they make the timing much easier as they send the next DustDevil on his way sooner than a backdrop does. Thanks to Cameron and Lars for juggling with me at 1 in the morning!