October 25, 2021 19:08


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Category: Kite building

Today I started filming for the 'How to Build a Rokkaku' video! Just like I promised you some time ago
It's a perfect autumn day with howling winds and pouring rain. It's a perfect day to stay indoors and ... build a kite!
Inspired (?) by the crap weather lately I decided to make myself another item for my Rokkaku collection. So yesterday I got going!
In another recent post I was telling you a little more on the Three Dee kite I've experimented with. Here is some more on that weird(?) kite!
A couple of weeks ago I let you all in on this little project of mine; adding a 3D shape to the sail on one of my quads.
The featured image of this post is definitely not symptomatic of its third test flight. Nope, quite the opposite actually!
I have added a couple of new modifications to the 3D kite project of mine. In this post I'll take you through them all.
After having successfully taken the 3D kite through its second test flight, it was about time to improve some stuff.
Inspired by other quad lined kites like the Fulcrum by Carl Robertshaw, the Airbow by Benson Kites and the Reflex series by Revolution Kites, I've turned an old QLK of mine into a 3D kite.
I'm still preparing for the "How to Build a Rokkaku" project and yesterday I built a prototype. I've called it Stormy because now we're talking heavy duty!
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!

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