I was inspired by the furore between a friend of mine and various others about some nit-picking over his takate-kote tutorial (below) to look back at my own with a critical eye.
Well, I’m glad I did as I had a lot to add and there are quite a few things that I would change when I do the next tutorial. When there is nothing better, good enough is betther than nothing. However, if one improves, something better comes along or the cracks begin to show, then it’s time to update. That’s how we all progress. Conqsequently, I overhauled the exhisting version to plug the gap till I get my new DVDs out.
As you’ll see by the copious annotations, the original left a lot to be desired but, so far, I haven’t seen a better widely available English language tutorial that doesn’t. There’s a massive amount yet to be said and I plan to update the tutorial by covering the salient points in my next DVDs. In truth, only a handful of people on this planet fully understand everything about this type of tie and I suspect their modesty would cause them to clain they are still learning. Indeed, shibari is evolving so how can they be doing anything else?
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