hart Posted February 20, 2004 Report Share Posted February 20, 2004 I had a different teacher than my regular teacher yesterday. My regular teacher has always taught us to find our, I guess you would say, "relative" second, based on how much turn-out we have. So, my understanding is that in a "relative" second your tendue would be on a diagonal somewhat if your turn-out is less than ideal. The teacher last night said that he believes that people should work to find their perfect second in order to more fully work turn-out. He described it as being the place where your front toes would be in a straight line from one another, parallel to your body. He would say that your tendue should go to this "perfect second" instead of to the relative second. I am wondering what people think are the strengths and weaknesses of each perspective? Quote Link to comment
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