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Codywater

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About Codywater

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  • Favorite Kite(s)
    Revolution B-pro full vent
  • Flying Since
    WSIKF 2012
  • Country
    United States
  • Gender
    Male
  1. While out doing a little team flying with the Revs last weekend at Ocean Shores, we experienced a rare phenomenon: static electricity building on the kite and lines, jumping off kite handles and from our shoes. Weather was cloudy with intermittent light drizzle and a light breeze, enough for a mid-vent but not quite a full-vent wind. There was no hint of lightning or thunder. Right after launching the kites for the first time, around 10am, the lines started humming. With thumbs positioned over the top of the handles, I started feeling a buzzing, light shock from the tip of the handle. Thinking
  2. The delta could have thicker lines, so I'll remake it, but that's a rough idea.
  3. Didn't have time this evening but will try to take a stab at it the next few nights.
  4. JB- Let me know if you want any of it formatted differently, spacing/font/arrangement etc, and I can send it your way as a .ai file.
  5. Or if you want it this way: Whump verb \ˈwhəmp\ 1 : to fill a kite sail with air, creating pressure in the sail 2 : to quickly pull taut the lines of a kite, creating power through short, precise movement 3 : johnbarresi.com
  6. Here are a few, including a .png with just the text.
  7. Thanks Rob! The definition can be changed to pretty much anything if anyone has a better idea.
  8. And for the opposite side of the shirt (or sleeve):
  9. Had some free time, thought I'd toss out a design. Enjoy!
  10. Codywater

    Tshirt

  11. My tip pivots and ladder moves were also a bit sloppy, then John told me to imagine flying straight forward before starting the turn up/down. Doing this made them a lot more crisp, and as you get the feel for it you can make the forward flight smaller and smaller until it's not perceptible by anyone watching, only by you flying the maneuver.
  12. Did anyone else see the new Apple site for their Pages software? Check it out! http://www.apple.com/mac/pages/
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