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It's an entirely different kind of flying, all together.

Personal space may be a foreign concept to Kev.
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by Chucky
He doesn't mean a festival in Germany.
Personal space may be a foreign concept to Kev.
He doesn't mean a festival in Germany.
Personal space may be a foreign concept to Kev.
Chucky and friends are introduced to the college's ultimate puke ride. I'm very pleased with how the airplane turned out. I wanted to make a generic stunt plane and I just free-handed this with no reference. But I guess I subconsciously based it on the Extra 300. Please be gentle with any critiques, this was very difficult to pull off.

I named the plane the Peregrine-10 after the Peregrine Falcon. Unfortunately the falcon silhouette looks more like the US Postal Service symbol. :P

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Type: Comic
Published: 7 years, 9 months ago
Rating: General

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PURRfect93
6 years, 4 months ago
"Fawkin' punch!"
Sorry, couldnt resist XD finaly managinv to start from the beginning :3
Chucky
6 years, 4 months ago
Fawkin' punch? Sorry, I don't get the reference. Reading from the beginning, enjoy!
PURRfect93
6 years, 4 months ago
Sorry, it sounds like 'falcon'. I have a habit of "watching" comics in my head lol.

Falcon punch (AKA fawkn' punch) is a attack used by a video game character called captain falcon, whos strongest attack is falcon punch lol.
Chucky
6 years, 4 months ago
Ahhh okay, I gotcha.
Shryke
3 years, 9 months ago
It's an entirely different kind of flying.

:)
llMaelstromll
8 months ago
kind of lame compared to a learjet or even a 172 since you don't have as much visibility while flying (looking down)
Chucky
8 months ago
With aerobatics you want the forward and overhead visibility, since so many maneuvers involve rolling and rapid changes in pitch.
drivernjax
1 day, 13 hrs ago
Methinks Nimsha just experienced a feeling that's usually reserved for guys in this situation.
Chucky
1 day ago
That's totally the case!
drivernjax
16 hrs, 34 mins ago
I have feeling I'd probably react that way if I saw a P-47 IRL.  That's my number one favorite American fighter of all time.  However, I have sat in the cockpit of a P-51 and been near an F4U-5NL.  I've got the photos to prove it on my page.
Chucky
35 mins ago
There are a fair number of P-51s floating around, but I haven't seen a real P-47 either, at least not that I recall. I used to go to air shows a lot, kind of lost interest over the years because it's the same planes over and over.
drivernjax
12 mins ago
Yeah.  That's true.  But, I go because I love aviation and wish I had learned to fly when I was younger, a LOT younger.  I did get to see my first B-25 a couple of years ago and my first F4U in flight at the same airshow, along with an F-22 flying with a P-51 and the F4U and P-51 flying together.  I've got a feeling that the P-51 pilot has his a/c firewalled and the F-22 was flying on the ragged edge of stalling just to stay in formation.  LOL.  There are still a few P-47s in flying condition around the country and I keep hoping that one day I'll get to see one up close.  It's still my number one favorite fighter of WW2.
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