A while ago I wrote a piece of nukitsuke. You can read it here if you want. It looks at the tempo of the cut more than it looks at how it is actually performed from a practitioners perspective. This time I look at it from the point of view of a cutter. We use nukitsuke as one of the tricks in our bag to quickly draw and divide a target and nothing more but there is very definitely a skill to this.
In this video I've gone into the very basics of drawing and cutting which should be enough to get you safely started and of course, at the end there is a video snippet which shows the technique being used to perform double cuts on bottles.
edit: A friendly friend of The Samurai Workshop has helped us with making some good videos about nukitsuke. The textual part is done by Shad but the video was added later by Philippe Pradel, a 5th Dan Renshi in Muso Shinden Ryu under the FIAMT in France. For more info about the teacher, please visit: