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Here is a picture of my kite train. About 1.5 years in the making. Each sail has it's own art work.20180806_145537.jpeg

 

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Wow! Would love to see some closeups of the artwork. I remember reading your post when you started the project. 

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That's a lot longer than I remember it being. Good job!

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Wow! Would love to see some closeups of the artwork. I remember reading your post when you started the project. 
Here's some pictures from the build.20161126_223134~2.jpeg20170919_202445.jpeg20170126_185221.jpeg

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That's a lot longer than I remember it being. Good job!
Thanks! It ended up at 60 sails 3 feet apart.

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Beautiful work. Clearly a labor of love. I know nothing about single lines, but could they be used as a kite arch? As an arch all of the art would be closer to the ground for viewing/ enjoying??

It is so much fun to see beautiful work with that attention too detail.

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2 hours ago, ACrop said:

Beautiful work. Clearly a labor of love. I know nothing about single lines, but could they be used as a kite arch? As an arch all of the art would be closer to the ground for viewing/ enjoying?? 

It is so much fun to see beautiful work with that attention too detail.

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Exactly the thought I had! An arch would keep them in sight.

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If I did the math right your line of kites is 180' long, which would (given a perfect of the arch, not real world conditions) put the high spot of the arch (radius) at 57' high.



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If I did the math right your line of kites is 180' long, which would (given a perfect of the arch, not real world conditions) put the high spot of the arch (radius) at 57' high.



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An arch is one of this coming winters projects.

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