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Showing content with the highest reputation since 06/25/2009 in Images

  1. From the album: riffclown's kite album

    Great new kite. The Sync Bridles rock..
    6 points
  2. From the album: Riffclown's Homemades

    After Framing but before adding the permanent stack lines. I just had to see how a burst would look with the set.. Still crazy that all of these came from ONE tail.. **Note, I used a few old SLE Leading Edges to keep the shape while I took the picture.
    6 points
  3. From the album: dragonfish's pictures

    Done! ...finally... I told someone I would post up a picture of this if and when I finished it. Just got around to scanning it (makes much clearer images, no camera shake). Most of the beads are seed beads. The LE is about 3 3/4 in across and has a wire in it. It was supposed to be a pin, but I had too much trouble figuring out how to attach some wire as the vertical spars and make a pin attachment. I'll probably put a couple jump rings on the LE and safety pin it from the back.

    © dragonfish

    6 points
  4. From the album: SHBKF

    Sturdy Designs Saber II waiting for Santa
    6 points
  5. From the album: riffclown's kite album

    Sun-washed , backlit Sunset fade
    5 points
  6. From the album: Riffclown's Homemades

    Ready for framing and bridling..
    5 points
  7. my latest additions to my kite collection. complete with John Barresi wear strip and leading edge tab modifications.
    5 points
  8. From the album: Revs

    My mismatched progressive stack. I bought a B-Pro and a B2. So instead of selling my old 1.5SLE and rev2, I bought a rev1 and stacked them all together.
    5 points
  9. From the album: riffclown's kite album

    Couldn't resist. B1-B with the kite.. Not in Kansas any more..
    4 points
  10. From the album: Riffclown's Homemades

    Showing the backlit hourglass.
    4 points
  11. From the album: SHBKF

    Prism kites in storage, most hanging from nails, in humidity controlled heated & cooled area. Finally put them in some kind of order.
    4 points
  12. From the album: SHBKF

    The Solus is a big kite. Thought the tree might show the special Prismatex panels. You should see it in the sun.
    4 points
  13. From the album: Riffclown's Homemades

    Another Ghost sequence from the Brood's Vented Twin Bridle Check.
    3 points
  14. From the album: Riffclown's Homemades

    72" LE, Balanced Venting and ready to fly. Recommended Wind Range 15 - 30 MPH
    3 points
  15. From the album: Riffclown's Homemades

    Putting a bowtie on the Panda
    3 points
  16. From the album: SHBKF

    Image courtesy of maker Stuart McCullough. Soon to arrive in the Kite Dungeon. Seems like I am amassing a collection of kites made in Virginia.
    3 points
  17. From the album: SHBKF

    Well here it is, the first image of my kite in the air. It was a wild snap shot that got most of the kite.
    3 points
  18. From the album: HappySuper Moments

    What a sight. Steve parked it right at the very, very edge of the window just so we could get her nicely lit up by the setting sun, the golden minute where everything is in golden light. Ran up to snap the shot!

    © happysuperbutton

    3 points
  19. From the album: Exult's Photos

    Before leaving for a kiting session I invested 20 minutes time to create a bar handle. The zero budget material (pointless going for some fancier before knowing what you want) I chose to use was a pin of lilac - a very hard material. In fact it is the only type of hard enough pins that last when playing with the German Shepard. In the background you can see a very frequent visitor - a Field Labrador (a more original Labrador type, quick/quick turning, jumps over high fences and with a very strong and constant desire to fetch). It may look innocent, but is the worst constantly-in-to-play "garde
    3 points
  20. From the album: riffclown's kite album

    Picked up my Matching 75% Mesh to go with my 40%.. Photo by Eliot Shook.
    3 points
  21. From the album: riffclown's kite album

    Chris Shultz of HQ Kites flying my Bolero 9 Stack at OBSKC 2016
    3 points
  22. From the album: riffclown's kite album

    I finally got enough CF materials to rescue this kite.. Still needs a lot of TLC but at least now I can see what it's supposed to look like..
    3 points
  23. From the album: SHBKF

    These are the kites that usually stay in the trunk of the car. http://kitelife.com/forum/blogs/entry/19-kites-in-the-trunk/
    3 points
  24. From the album: Night Urban

    Snapped this Diamond purely under "Whump" pressure, wind speed was only 1-2 mph.

    © John Barresi

    3 points
  25. From the album: Dave's Pictures

    gettin' serious
    3 points
  26. 3 points
  27. From the album: new kites

    The art 2/3 done truly a master kite maker
    3 points
  28. From the album: Amexpmh's Album

    The H is for my last name. :-)
    3 points
  29. 3 points
  30. From the album: SparkieRob's Photos

    My first real 2 line flight. Terrible wind, bloody great backdrop

    © SparkieRob

    3 points
  31. From the album: dragonfish's pictures

    This is the kite stake from the 10/15/13 karma drawing. Used it today when I went out to fly with some friends. Thanks Joespickles, LS Kite Accessories, and everyone who's helped make the karma drawings happen and keep them going.
    3 points
  32. From the album: dragonfish's pictures

    This is the kite stake from the 10/15/13 karma drawing. Thanks Joespickles, LS Kite Accessories, and everyone who's helped make the karma drawings happen and keep them going.
    3 points
  33. From the album: Exult's Photos

    This is an image comment inspired by @SHBKF 's image http://kitelife.com/forum/gallery/image/5708-aerostar-sano-ssl/ . I can't claim any first in series rare prototype extra special one of a kind kite here (where do one get hold off stuff like this and stuff like @riffclown 's http://kitelife.com/forum/gallery/image/6184-cavaliers-du-ciel-prototype-23/ anyway?). The reason/excuse for publishing this image is that I think the artistic part of the design, the sail pattern of the Aerostar Sano SSL, to some extent though large differences, share a similar style with the kites in the image. So
    2 points
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