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After last Saturdays brief visit to a fun fly. I have decided to go ahead and take the plunge and and get a lifter and start a single line set up to fly and put some eye candy up In the air. Any recommendations for a mid level starter? I like the big stuff, but a line full of small stuff is good too! Plus, it will probably be good to learn with. Thanks in advance for any feedback
Hi all, I'd like to lift a large flag as line art, starting from scratch. It will be from a mountain top 250m up on a small island, 2.5km square. The flag itself is 3m long, and should weigh maybe 3lbs at the most. I'm hoping to have it ready to fly in about 5 weeks. I looked into 'flag print' kites, but I'd prefer it to blow in the wind as a flag, as opposed to just a static image on a Rokkaku or similar. So far the easiest thing seems to be just buying a white or light blue single line soft parafoil/sled, and attaching the flag a few meters below the kite on the line somehow. To be honest, I'm not even sure what I would need to consider to do that either. Where could I find small/easy to use kites suited to this kind of task/environment, and are there any DIY bridles or conversion kits for line art/laundry? My budget is around $100 at the moment. Thanks a lot, Marcus.