RE: Dubbing Twister
HC - sorry but I don't really have video capabilities - try and explain a bit what your having trouble with from 2 - 3.
FF22 - What type of tool are you using? If your using the second one that looks like a "T", you need to pull back on it after you fasten the loop to make the loop tight - then spin it. On both of the first two tools you spin them by rolling it between your fingers. On all of them remember to always put the dubbing material in between the strands of thread that forms the loop. You can use dubbing wax if you need to but you really don't have to. I'm not sure what you mean when you say the dubbing doesn't seem to stay tight. Perhaps your not spinning it long enough because it will get tight (possibly not as tight as if you'd use fine dubbing for dries which is when I don't use the tool anyway - I just dub the normal way) if your doing it right. Can you post a pic or two of your spinning in action? Maybe then we can see what's going on. PM me if ya want.
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