Revolution Tutorial – Flat Relaunch (quad line stunt kite)

In this tutorial I’m going to show you how to relaunch the kite when it’s flat. There are two ways the kite can end up flat; one is on it’s belly with it’s bottom tips towards you, as the kite is now. Some people will actually kind of jerk or pump the kite trying to get it up but I find that’s not as effective. The technique I typically use is more like a little shuffle. You’ll notice that in

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How to Make a Simple Paper Kite

How to Make a Simple Paper Kite. Got an urge to go fly a kite? With this simple project you can be out the door and flying high in no time. You will need A sheet of 8 1/2″ x 11″ paper A ruler A pencil A stapler A hole punch And some kite string or another sturdy string, like twine and some crayons or markers (optional). Step 1. Fold the paper in half so the shorter sides meet. Set

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石門2009国際風箏節-Kite Festival- (2009.10.10)

♪Fly Up! Angel 南風吹く午後でした あなたに出逢った午後でした 突然 わたしの胸の中 不思議なときめき 芽生えた季節 Fly Up! Angelみたい わたしは今 Fly Up! あなたの空を飛んで行くの Ah 受け止めて 両手広げて 弾けるような恋の瞬間 Fly Up! Angelみたい 風に乗って Fly Up! 眩しい空へ羽ばたくのよ Fly Up! Angelみたい 風に乗って Fly Up! 眩しい空へ羽ばたくのよ Fly Up! Angelみたい 風に乗って Fly Up! 眩しい空へ羽ばたくのよ Fly Up! Angelみたい 風に乗って   

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Building Miniatures – Flying Miniature Airplanes – FREE CHAPTER

IAN HUNTER: We’ve covered planes, or no, planes, trains and automobiles. So we’ve done trains on our track. We’ve talked about using an Omega drive to move an automobile. We’ve talked about radio-controlled automobiles and we’ve also talked about taking the Omega and putting it in the train here, in the track, if we wanted to move the train that way. But now we want to fly an airplane. We’re going to talk about what’s called the Lydecker method. It

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Spitfire Club – Team Building Squadron Of Iconic WW2 Aircraft

PAUL FOWLER: It is a beautiful looking airplane, there is no angle that you can look at it where you can actually say, “Oh, it’s ugly.” It’s just a stunning piece of design. PAUL FOWLER: It’s probably the most iconic aircraft ever designed. It’s gone beyond the legend. It’s probably the closest thing to a mechanical deity you are ever gonna come across. COMM: It’s 80 years since the Spitfire took its maiden flight. Very few remain airworthy but one

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Revolution Tutorial – Line Equalizing (quad line stunt kite)

In this tutorial we’re going to cover line equalization. Equalizing your lines is very important, because almost any type of line will stretch over time and they don’t stretch evenly. If your right line has stretched longer than your left, it creates imbalanced inputs and can negatively effect accuracy. To start equalizing the lines, I’ve removed the loops from the handles as you can see… One by one, I’ll place them onto a ground stake which is well driven into

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Go Fly a Kite

Announce: And welcome back to everyone’s favorite game show, Go Fly a Kite! Here’s your host, Abby Brown. Abby: Greetings, friends and welcome to Go Fly a Kite! I’m your host, Abby Brown. Dan: Wait a second, are you host of Go Fly a Kite, Abby Brown? Abby: I am indeed and you, Dan Wardell, get to tell us whether or not we should go fly a kite! Dan: Go fly a kite. Abby: Oh, not so fast my friend.

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How To Make & Fly a Kite : Tying Thread for a Kite

Hi I am from Colon Hydobad with my team. Now I will show you my support ribbon. We use a support ribbon to hold it’s wings, both sides. We start from back wing with the red color. First we have to open this thing. The red side, we mark side. So, we lock in the red corner. After the blue side wing and soon we’ll do the other side. Now we have to lock this Velcro. Now it is ready

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