this is my first attempt at some first hand art work on a plane with my airbrush, i thought it turned out pretty cool! i want to give the dual action airbrush from harbor freight a try now, just to see if i can get some tighter lines out of it.
i was pleasantly surprised with how little weight the airbrushing added, less than .75 oz by my calculations.
can't wait to get this thing out and do the first flight!
so i basically sent in a completely water logged dx6i controller in to horizon hobbies to get repaired, and they sent me a brand controller!! for free!!! so however i thank horizon hobbies, thank you so much!!
well i finally finished my blu-baby, so now I'm going to start working on the the how to thread. here's a link: https://www.rcgroups.com/forums/show....php?t=1630426
i know its not complete yet, but its got all the info you need to get started. their are other build logs that you can find if you don't want to wait for awhile for me to finish this one. i have a bunch of AP tests coming up in 2 and a half weeks so i have to kinda put rc on a hold for awhile :P anyone that has questions can PM me, i'll still check in regularly for this reason. (post below is a lie, it didn't hardly fly the first time i tried had to completely remake it)
well after a little tinkering and finishing up i now have my completed Blu Baby trainer i'll be making a step by step what to buy all that stuff soon, as well as my next projects planning on either my swept wing f-14 idea or possibly a set of WWII combat planes for me and my brother lol
there's nothing on my blog, and that makes me a bit sad... so here it goes
im building a 33in blue baby right now, and once its working i promise to make a very indef. guide on all the electronics and sticky parts that are challenging for first timers. first i need to figure out why my battery gives me 0 volts...
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Mechanical Engineering Student at the University of Minnesota Twin Cities