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Anders has been out flying the A-Quad Storm, a brilliant quad lined kite for those really blustery days,
Hey! Look what I found deep down in my basement. Four brand new Jazz kites from Prism! What to do with them...? Sure, make a stack!
You might have guessed it. I'm a big fan of Rokkakus! And I have decided to build myself a new one. I will also take the opportunity to put together a video on how I go about it. So if you wanna make a Rokkaku yourself, stay tuned!
Anders M has been busy again. Another A-Quad has been born, the Storm, and here is how he has been going about it!
I was not the only one out flying this weekend. Anders was out too, playing with his re-designed bridle for the A-Quad Semi Vented!
In July 2020 I created a no-wind quad lined kite which I called the Choris Aéra. I think it's suppoosed to mean something like No Wind in Greek.
I've been taking you along on the Black Edge project and here's another chapter for you!
No, I'm not that into curved designs ... yet. But after having watched Anders' video I might give it a shot!
With a pair of kite mittens and a Black Edge modified with a stiffer leading edge, I was ready to cease the beautiful day and do some flying!
Like mentioned in my previous post, I promised you a quick fill in from the A-Wing's initial flight. Here it is!
Inspired by the Virtual Windless Kite Festival and all of the GREAT videos submitted I decided to make myself a small glider!
Hey! No rain! ...and a couple of hours or so on my hands. I'm ready to fly!
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