Hello guys !
It’s been some weeks since I posted here. I am very active on my Instagram account and I don’t take the time to post here. And I am waiting for a light box photo so I can take pictures of my penmods with better quality.
I have thought about many things since my latest post. It was really hard to write this kind of text and I usually don’t like (and don’t want) to create a controversy. But I suffered very much about this for many months about theses subjects of value and respect of people. Thank you for all the person who supported me at this time.
Anyway, I want to talk about a new subject on this topic today. Since there are many differents kind of penmods, I have thought about a graph that you can use if you want to know what kind of penmodder you are (or what kind of penmods you make) :
Please consider that the best penmodder does not exist. Each kind of penmodder’s creations can have their own value, quality and explanation. Do not think that the 1 is better than the 8, or something like this. Numbers are here for the explanation of the graph.
Please, also consider that I am writing this topic with my own opinion and expertise. I am not telling any truth. The purpose of this thread is trying to understand all the directions of penmodding (I am going to write others articles about this soon).
Don’t be afraid about the “complexity” of this graph. Let me you explain.
The graph is composed of 2 axis : A and F.
- A means the aesthetic of a mod.
¤ When a mod is on the top of the A axis, it can be situated as one of the most beautiful one (it seems it’s a subjective subject I know).
¤ When you don’t work and think the aesthetic of a mod, its position can be situated on the bottom of the A axis.
- F means the function of a mod.
¤ When a mod is on the right of the F axis, it satisfies perfectly 1 penspinning expectation (like the best penspinning expectation for powertrick, for hardlink, FC, etc, BUT only for one person (the penspinner) because this is subjective too).
¤ When you don’t work and don’t think about the function of a mod, its position can be situated on the left of the F axis.
If you still don’t understand the graph, here is with some examples, from my own opinion. I will develop it on another article as I said above.
- Let’s see about Sanchiu33’s work : I consider his work on the top of the area 8. You can see all this mods on his Instagram account >here<
- Menowa*. Majority of his mods are made for a penspinning exceptation (we can see that on his WT15 videos, each mod is different for a different kind of spin), but anyway, he takes care about the aesthetic of his mods.
About the bottom of the graph, I am going to use 2 of my mods :
- Triple Sided (TrS) more info >here<
In my opinion, the bottom left of the graph is about experimental penmodding or regular pens almost no modified.
- Vôre-Tèx Com.ssa. It satisfies perfectly about my spinning expectation and i didn’t care about the aesthetic when I made it (because I hate using penmods too much beautiful for penspinning performance). This right bottom area is about most of the penspinners’ penmods.
Well, it was a quick explanation about how I see penmodding nowadays. I do think that each part of this graph (I mean each part of penmodding) can be improve. Just choose the one you like and go !