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Part 2 of 3: Linear Isolation Tutorial

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Published on Apr 3, 2012

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Part 2- Linear Isolations

Okay so I know that I said I was going to demonstrate iso-pops, and I refer to it in the video as an iso-pop (becuase well it is popping out after all) I was made aware that this is not actually an iso pop, its considered a linear isolation. and what I always considered as a linear isolation is actually something that doesn't really have a name I don't think, who knows! Anyway, I'm going to call it an extended linear isolation. And this is a linear isolation. But the first one is still an anti-spin flower!
Okay so borrowing all of that confusion, I hope this teaches you well! Let me know if you'd like any help/clarification and let me know if it goes well too! Happy hoopin :)

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