When you link two footed releases, you will end up with smooth, brushed turns. The more you increase the intensity and range of your tipping, the quicker your turns will get and the closer they will get towards the carved end of the spectrum. As you link releases, focus on feeling your balance on the little toe edge of the uphill ski prior to moving into the next turn. The sensation may be brief, but it is the key to smooth transitions.
I skied yesterday, 6" new over very firm old, it was very demanding skiing overall. I played around with everything from bending deeper, which felt right, to eliminating the hard edge set completely. It was hard to get consistent conditions, but was amazed again at how such subtle changes have such big effects. Had some good turns, with the smoother feeling the best.
I'll work on the 2 foot drill next session. I really like the uphill little toe edge balance prior to the release, something I've never focused on. Good post, thanks.