Or DIY decals.
Or DIY decals.
Eagles may soar but weasels don't get sucked into jet engines.
NAR# 94605 Sr
Up, Up, and AW.....oh crap it's coming back
I'm fluent in 3 languages: English, Sarcasm and Profanity.
Main assembly is complete. All I need to do is glue in the fore most ring to keep the laundry where it belongs and attach the parachute and swivel. Here's a picture of it painted, but I''m still working on finding better pictures for markings. I accidentally made the "wire guides" too long; they should've stopped about an inch or so short of the nosecone.
"Our Lady of Blessed Acceleration, don't fail me now."
VERY COOOOOOOOOOOOOOL Models like this.. (models based on the real thing) Are my favorite..........
Beautiful so far
The Launch Pad kits always seem a little intimidating at first, but the results of their builds are always fantastic. I really like how your build has come along, the Hawk looks great!!
"He who fights with monsters should look to it that he himself does not become a monster, and if you look long into an abyss, the abyss also looks into you." - Friedrich Nietzsche
I am willing to put in a moderate amount of effort, but not super detailing. Mostly because I am one of those that care the rocket looks good once. Then I let entropy take its course.
Were I with funds, I'd be scooping up some Rocketarium scale rounds. At BT60 they are a nice scale and some interesting topics off the beaten path (like some TLP rounds).
Redondo Beach, CA. NAR 70988 Level 2
2013 Stats: Flights: 44
Approximate Total Total Impulse: 5,648Ns (Equivalent to a 10% M motor.)
Approx. Average Cost per flight: $13.23USD
Approx. (Not necessarily what I paid) Total RETAIL Cost: $582USD
Link will take you to: About me, The Flights, and The Fleet
"(Scientific) Skepticism is not a set of beliefs, it is a set of methods for asking questions about reality." -- Doctor Steven Novella