Kaltik Spinners 60/90a. Semi rounded speed profile available from Kaltik.eu. Zeotrope logo by Kevin McGloughlin.
Promo by Kevin McGloughlin
Using the Zoetrope technique (Wikipedia). “This promotional clip was shot under specific conditions. A record player was used to keep a slow and constant speed of rotation”.
“Filmed at a very high shutter speed (1/ 600, 24 fps, 125 iso). The zoetrope animation will not animate correctly to the naked eye unless under a strobe light and with a constant speed.”. - Kevin McGloughlin.
Morgan Lynch. Filmed Over 24 Months. Over 13 different countries. 21 years of Rollerblading.
Previously: Patrick O’Sullivan (31, Ireland) - 2017 OG Edit By Morgan Lynch.
Michel Prado, after a long history, returns with his skates more stronger than ever, now is in our Kaltik pro team. Welcome Prado. Cameras: Ton Neves, Carlos Bernal, Marbin, Teles, Junior Morais, Danny guerrero & Antonio.
Previously: Michel Prado 2017 - BLADERLIFE | Special.
Fresh edit by russian young killer from Krasnoyarsk (Russia) for Kaltik frames. Injuries didn’t stop this guy finishing the video! Filming: Dima Yakovlev, Maxsim Dmitruk, Gleb Safonov, Alex Gorovoy, Artem Birukov & Daniil Petrov. Editing: Ilya Savosin.
UP: Look at those beautiful Kaltik Flat V2 Frames (64 mm Rockered up). Thanks Kaltik for the photo! Visit Kaltik.eu.
UPDATE: Flat V2, 68-58-58-68 Setup
Stephane Alfano just landed in Quito’s airport (Ecuador) for the Impro Tour 2017 and the first thing he did was skating this rail for Kaltik.
Larger Picture on Imgur (via).
Filmed & edited by Daniel Jurzyna.
In 2017, USD Skate pro rider Roman Abrate was traveling South America for 5 months to meet people and share his passion for skating. He was skating almost every day with the guys, making the most out of an amazing trip.
Between the big sessions that where organized by the locals, Roman also took time to film this little street section. Needless to say that the latest Rollergames World Champion also kills it in street.
“Not skating a lot of street usually, but when I do, it’s cause I like it and I had a lot of fun filming it! It was probably the best trip i have ever made, met amazing people and great places. I really loved the culture over there and only have had good times! Like I said at the end of the video, thanks to all the persons who helped me and who have been part of it! Especially USD, Kaltik and UC for making it possible.” - Roman Abrate.
Skates: USD VII skates, Kaltik frames, 60mm 88A Abrate Pro UC Wheels, Wicked Swiss bearings. Filmers: Juan David Leon, Jose Joaquin, Bairon Martines, Antonio Navarro, Jose Bandav, Cristopher Ibanes, Arquimedes Gonzalez, Matias Veras, Bryan Mac Bride. Edit: Leo Rosello. Location: Peru, Chile, Bolivia & Panama.
Rollerblading, Animation & Edit: Kevin McGloughlin. Camera: Paraic McGloughlin. Song: Nada - Amore Disperato.
Hello good people. Been a long while since I posted anything of me on the roller boots. I haven’t been skating much lately but managed to scrape up a few tricks for this short rollerblading animation… was fun! Nothing serious :)
Mostly leftovers from other rollerblading projects, but a fair few of the tricks are new…ish. And all the animation is fresh! Hope you enjoy the rotoblading. Podge filmed every trick apart from two of them. Conor Manweiler and Peter Martin filmed the others. Big thanks to Conor and the Kaltik family. Much love to Kaltik. - Kevin McGloughlin.
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Trivia: Rotoscoping is an animation technique used by animators to trace over motion picture footage, frame by frame.