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  1. 2 points
    hey what's up youngins!(: i as a n00bie decided to pull out my needle and do some "THEARDING"(....not the best play on words). So I've been a member for a month now, and the word on the sticks is that US newbs tend to sign up, post a vid, then bail out never to be seen again. Now to me that'sa buncha jibba jabba, see im new to this site, but my passion for this art has been growing inside me for about a year now(10months as of yesterday) and im HERE to STAY! for years to come trust me. Getting to the point i decided to make this thread for US newcomers to show these vets that we're here, we understand what we stand for and want to be a part of this family. I feel that we are the Most passionate ones b/c we are virgins to this {we all know what that first time feels like....addiction} i know the feeling i get while stringing is impeccable. So us as newcomers are gonna have to reignite the flame, if you will, and carry on the culture once these geezers become old&brittle.xp jk So just post a little something regarding reassurance to these vets that we AINT goin nowwhere, and that we understand and are passionate about what we love doing, that is glowsticking and this gsc community!! -hope that sounds right, when i read it back, it sounds like Texas slang....ehh
  2. 2 points
    people have lives to live. most people went into other props, shit happens. why overthink it? what are you doing/have you done to keep the scene or art going? i'm sure life happened for you, which is why i can assume you haven't been active or done anything. post up a video. lemme see some content. i wouldn't be here if it wasn't for the community. gsc made me the sticker i am today. a place to meet likeminded prop artists, have a little fun and to learn and teach with content sharing. but if this is the community now, just a circlejerk, then i want just about nothing to do with that. (i know it's not a circlejerk) 12 years later and yeah, you want to feel nostalgic, but when was the last time you picked up some sticks or pushed a concept. looks like from your post history you just like to pop in every now and then, and leave. no consistency. before that,you made a thread about coming back...and then you left again. i get it, you want to come in here and feel nostalgic, flex on "newer" members. no one cares man. if you want to keep it alive, put out some content, start a meetup, teach someone at an event. threads like this sure as hell don't help your cause. unless you just want story time, then hell yeah brother, keep it up. let's go down memory lane all day instead of stick. just because you may feel like it died, sure as hell doesn't mean that it died. glowsticking is and will always be a daily part of my life.
  3. 2 points
    I cracked a pair of sticks last night for the first time since 2011 or 2012. I really don't understand why I quit practicing freehanding on the norm for so long. Perhaps its because I started listening to other genres of music that don't inspire me to dance so much. I love those other genres, but they don't have that beat, flow and beauty of EDM that drives me to move to the music. I love glowsticking so much. It's such a great way for me to express myself and it's so beautiful and feels so freaking fantastic - and it's great exercise to boot. Once I cracked the sticks last night I found that I just couldn't stop. I practiced for hours. I remembered why I put so many thousands of hours of practice into this art. It's a part of who I am. Just like painters can't help but paint, bodybuilders can't help but work out, etc, glowsticking is something that's embedded so deep in my soul that once I got going it all came back to me and I did not want to stop. I'm a bit rusty now, and sore too from so much exercise I'm no longer used to doing regularly. My left hand doesn't want to hit the angles I worked for years training it to do. But that will change. Once I shake some of the rust off I'll start posting videos again. Just thought I would share my excitement at diving back into this wonderful art.
  4. 1 point
    So the BF and I managed to snag some tickets before they sold out, anyone else who happens to be reading this going next year?
  5. 1 point
    Just a little something since I haven't made a video in so long due to being LOCKED UP! Done with that though.
  6. 1 point
    I still love you guys.
  7. 1 point
    Are you still here? I am! Glowsticking for life!
  8. 1 point
    I'm in the third one. This community means so much to me and everything you said was true icy in one way or another. You where one of the first sinor members I met at my first meeetup in 08. I don't get out much anymore unless I'm working or DJing a event. But when I do I'm normally the only freehander there. I feel so alone at times being part of a dying breed.
  9. 1 point
    Dave must still be paying a few bucks a month to keep this site running I guess. Or maybe he moved it to an old computer he leaves on all the time in his bedroom.
  10. 1 point
    Hello all! We recently got together to make a video in the Northern California Region. Please check it out! =)
  11. 1 point
    Omg I forgot how much fun it is to glowstick it's been about 6yrs since I've been on here.
  12. 1 point
    Hi all! Brooms is the name of a glowsticking retreat held over the weekend of July 8th in Indio California. The event was organized and run by Nitro and Demo. It was a three day long event that some 50 glowstickers attended where we practiced, performed, and taught glowsticking all weekend. In addition, we held LEDstick making workshops, held a Gala Show, and had an Ultra Circle! The video I linked is part 1 of a compilation of footage from the Gala Show. Please enjoy! More videos will be released in the coming weeks.
  13. 1 point
    Yeah... I know you guys might not like this, but I agree with Osho. These rules are dumb. Glowstick at a school dance if you want.I don't care about the culture. I just want to dance and have fun anywhere. What do you mean people in high school are going to understand? What is there to understand? He's dancing with glowsticks. That looks cool and it's fun. Who cares if you perform at a talent show? Everybody's going to see it and think it's awesome. Nothing bad is going to come from it. All of this stuff in your heads.
  14. 1 point
    It seems like all the people who were newbies when I first joined are either super inactive or just left the site in favor of facebook groups.... I want to rekindle the site as well. I actually just made a thread in this section of the forums offering to do live tutorials on skype in hopes of getting newbies to "stick" around. Willing to learn? I'm willing to teach.
  15. 1 point
    and some other stuff =3