Here we see how a figure can be modified, over the same structure, but simply changing the foot of entrance.

But this time, the leader starts a sacada with the right foot instead of the left foot. It is with the same direction, with the same round path and the follower draws a triangle with their support points.

The leader puts the right left framing a ‘T’ in relation to the follower's left foot. In the second sacada, the leader's left foot’s external side is enclosed to the follower's right foot’s internal side (the follower is in opening) and it is finished with a stop, with the leader's right foot's internal side enclosed to the follower's left foot's external side, a favorable situation for making a sanguchito (little sandwich.)

What gains importance here is the fact that figures complement each other. In some situations, they can be used as a resource to complete the initial figure.