Deathstroke

By ThePanda on Apr 01, 2017

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Armattan Amarillo 5". This quad was my arch nemesis every time I flew it I broke something on it. Gave the frame away

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EreKeR101   Apr 08, 2017  

Well here's just a seek of my mock up build....it was blue but I painted it to match my Taranis X9D+.

ThePanda   Apr 08, 2017 

Thats pretty sweet tho did you use drawer matting for the scale effect

EreKeR101   Apr 08, 2017 

Nope...It's milspec camo paint for weapons (non-reflective) prep surface, clean washing, base coat in the green (several light layers & dry time of 24hrs between each coat & laundry bag overlay & light coats of black & finally 3 layers of matt. Clear (light, light layer).

EreKeR101   Apr 07, 2017  

Really curious now. ..about the breaking stuff with every flight? Is it the overall durability / construction of it or that "It's just your luck" scenario.

ThePanda   Apr 07, 2017 

Im not sure i think it was just my luck

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