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Posted by Stuart Warne | May 04, 2007 @ 06:39 AM | 75,891 Views
"PLEASE NOTE ALL ALL MODELS MENTIONED IN THIS BLOG ARE SHOWN BELOW. PLEASE SCROLL DOWN IF YOU DO NOT WISH TO READ MY VERY LONG FIRST BLOG. BUT SAYING THAT THE BLOG WILL HELP YOU UNDERSTAND THE PICTURES AND MAYBE EVEN MY BAD TYPING "


I'm stuck at home with flu so I'd though I'd just make an entry to show what
I fly, what I'm building and what I'd like to have etc. Don't really have a great deal of time to commit to an in depth blog, so I'll mainly let the pictures do the talking. If at any point anyone has a question about any thing here, just post it up. OK first briefly about me: I'm 24 and an assistant editor based in London (Commercials, promo's, TV etc...) can be a good job but takes allot of your time up, but hey its what I want (need) to do to make it as a fully fledged editor, feature films is what I'm aiming for. I started flying when I was 14 (wow ten years now ) with a Hobbico Super Star 40. Brought it crashed from a guy at the local club that just through money around and if anything crashed he'd just give it away and buy a new one. Great thing was he wasn't a great flyer, so allot off us did pretty well off him . Anyway, that had an OS40 LA, and with this I had one of the best trainers I'd ever flown (Tought others to fly later on in life, but the Super Star 40 was second only to the Kyosho trainer, that thing rocked with a 40 LA)

About five years into IC flying I was getting tired of putting all that time and love into a model (my flair...Continue Reading
Posted by Stuart Warne | May 04, 2007 @ 06:26 AM | 74,346 Views
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