I’m gonna go with ophelias

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I’m gonna go with ophelias remarks and second them.

you may find it helpful to use some camera “Speed up” tricks to get the snap in the punches and kicks..

have your talent spend some time learning from guys that can throw or take a hit…

any chick that knows how to fight is gonna put one of those spiked heels into an attacker and then get them off as quickly as possible…

I don’t have the kind of experience shooting these scenes as most, but as a guy who in his youth collected more than his fair share if bruises, I can say this: your talent ain’t selling it, even though they got some moves…

it is always the person being hit that really sells the shot…

so I’d say speed up the punch/kick, will help alot, but the guy getting hit needs to sell harder… I mean a kick in the nads with spiked heels should have every male member of your audience swallowing hard as if they need to push two extra adams apples back downstairs where they belong… I’m just not feeling it here…

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