[video] Tutorial for Intuitive F2L method

Discussion in 'How-to's, Guides, etc.' started by CubeAddct, Feb 11, 2012.

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  1. CubeAddct

    CubeAddct Member

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    I've recently made a video on how to solve the F2L using only your head. In the way that I made the video, there are only 3 main scenarios that you'll come across while solving the cube. Now granted, there are many other scenarios that will occur, but these 3 are the most common that you can easily get every possible solution into. Hope this helps for those new cubers!

     
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  2. Solstix

    Solstix Guest

    Really nice video, the only thing you might want to take a look at is the lighting, it was hard to tell orange and yellow apart at points. Using generated solves and including them as annotations would also help with people following along. Great video overall though.
     
  3. Titan

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    A great video man good job! I subscribed too hehe. Anyway the colors, like Solstix said, are bit hard to discern at times but its manageable and not bad enough to deter me. Keep up the good work.
     
  4. KJ

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    Isn't it First two Layers, Not Front?
     
  5. BrainOfSweden

    BrainOfSweden Premium Member

    KJ is right. Besides that, and the lightning, this has to be one of the best F2L guides I've ever seen. Of course, I already know F2L, so I already know everything you say, but if I didn't know F2L yet, I'm certain this would help me a lot.
     
  6. mchedlo213

    mchedlo213 Member

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    nice video,althrough i,as a beginner,prefer to study f2l not intuitively but learn and memorize algos.
     
  7. CubeAddct

    CubeAddct Member

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    Thanks for the input, guys! I realized my mistake after I said it, so I put an annotation to fix the issue. As for the lighting, I was experimenting different lighting techniques and finally found one that really distinguishes the colors. I haven't had any complaints since! :) I'm glad you guys enjoyed the video!
     

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