there are precision figures available (for pairs multi-line) which you can examine, fly on sticked micro kites to understand the necessary movements and then practice them together in the air when you get around to meeting up as partners. This is a great practice technique as you can easily refer back to the active diagrams created by ReedDesign. Hit the animate button under each diagram < http://www.aka.kite....pulsory-figures >
Fooling around flight patterns available include: ~ you can "mirror" each other ~ you can fly aligned on each other's leading edge (formation) ~ follow the leader and ~ interact with each other/(while one hovers the other pilot moves).
The old adage is own your hover to fly with other Rev pilots, (that means getting comfortable with the kite an inch off of the ground and in a stationary inverted hover, flying it all by yourself!) Practice the side slides in all directions, it is a lot tougher to master when mixing-in with your partner. Try balancing on a wing tip, walking the kites in unison is a real crowd pleaser too!
Dual throws and catches, in unison? Nesting one's throw thru the other lines as you intentionally "cross the streams"? Kisses or an the Iron Cross, how about a refuel?
You should have line sets just for using as a pairs team performing (or practicing together), not for you own general usage at all!
Cleanly flown straight lines and tight corners make the tricks stand-out if you choose to add them, but you have to master speed control as a unit to look like you belong together as a pairs team. Slow and precise flights mixed with sudden bursts of excess as appropriate, in time with your music, plus a lot of practice hours flying together will make you guys into a dynamic pairs team!
The kites should be the same style/size (if not matching or at least coordinating in color schemes) and both should be tuned such that either pilot can fly them consistently. In my local club this is an utterly foolish expectation! Everyone does their own thing, like it or leave us. Some are home-builders but refuse to copy exact dimensions (so their kites fly differently, however slight the change happens to be). Some of us prefer the Shook weaves and some prefer the Bazzer mesh venting choices. Some frame light & flexible, using venting to tame the savage beast. Some of us frame heavier and use less venting or a full sail as long as possible. We don't even keep a common line weight or brand between us.
Keep us informed and enjoy the journey!