That was awesome! Tons of skill and practice. It's funny, I notice when I'm watching as a whole, I get that "wow, he makes it looks easy!" impression.
When you watch his feet, you notice the fluidity less, and the incredible skill and effort to portray it more.
Am I the only one that's finds it sort of creepy? The skill involved is impressive but there is something unsettling and unnatural in it too. Like
if I saw this guy on the street without context, I would think I was having a terrifying hallucination. People don't move like that - eek!
That is a very old Nonstop video. His style has drastically improved in the four years since it was released. Here are a shat load of visual fx
enhanced Nonstop videos..... His dance style is called animation. It is one of the two branches of the umbrella genre, popping. Under popping there
are two styles. Popping(under the umbrella popping) and animation.
Animation is much newer and done to dubstep or trap music, essentially. Popping is about four decades old and uses slower music, generally. Funk, hip
hop, and some dubstep.
Dubstep is just the style of music danced to, sometimes. It isn't the actual name of the dance style
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