Repeating Bee Sting is hard. It takes absolute perfect timing and immense amount of counterweight and yoyo control.
When you’re first learning this trick, you’re going to want to experiment with how long after the drop you should wait to make the crescent motion and how large the crescent motion should be. The technique for successfully performing this trick varies quite a bit depending on your set up, so experimentation is key.
There is a lot going on in E Fan Deposit. You’re manipulating string segments that both the yoyo and the counterweight are directly influencing. It’s still a really flashy trick with a sudden surprise “How did he get into that” E Fan at the end.
These are the last two 5a May videos that I’ll be putting out in 2014. Thanks everyone who watched them, and good luck practicing and learning new 5a tricks until the next 5a May.