You see, I’m a bit of a cow-boy when it comes to mixing it up with surface craft (targets) at the lake. The DC greatly reduces operator work-load as one weaves in and out and under the surface pukes. Much good fun to be had busting up the regimentation of a nicely arrayed battle-group.
“What? Something spooked you guys? There were collisions? You all should work on your group discipline … just say’n”.
No one owns these techniques, they are only temporary custodians of knowledge and skills.David is a very wonderful craftsman. I have been able to personally witness his work and learn from him. Salty at times for sure, but has always been willing to share his love of modeling with any that truly wants to learn.
Thank you, very good to know I'm not wasting the forums bandwidth. And I apologize for the shortage of supporting text with recent posts (I'm sure to receive a blast of shit from Scott at any moment for that laps) but, I'm at deadline on product that has to get out the door. Once time is more available I'll get back to the running narrative. Till then, the pretty pictures will have to do.Absolutely fascinating - really appreciate the detailed descriptions and photos documentation.
So... what's your "day job"?!
Thanks for sharing - truly enjoying the story! Mark
Thank you, sir. But, if you're like me, you're sick and tired of this non-stop stream of 'device' development and production. I'm a slave to my distributor -- the orders for these MSD's just keep coming in.An inspiration to behold, bloody marvelous.