Introducing the Red Saints' Blood Falcon

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Re: Introducing the Red Saints' Blood Falcon

Post by KDFire » Thu Dec 11, 2014 6:10 pm

Zak, you have literally no room to talk. This wasn't very exciting at all except for one part.
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Re: Introducing the Red Saints' Blood Falcon

Post by tigershark » Thu Dec 11, 2014 6:47 pm

flying like a mad man is boring i even got bord flying like that. This wasn't very exciting because it a promo video.
promo video does not show the full display.

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Re: Introducing the Red Saints' Blood Falcon

Post by Alpha Star » Thu Dec 11, 2014 7:14 pm

Guys they are almost completely different styles of flying, and they are both good, now would someone have the decency to stop fighting over something so petty?
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Re: Introducing the Red Saints' Blood Falcon

Post by Gunny » Thu Dec 11, 2014 7:28 pm

As long as they continue to argue like gentilemen I find nothing wrong in this discussion.But be advised gentilemen one step over the line and its locker time.
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Re: Introducing the Red Saints' Blood Falcon

Post by VintiXgoIV » Thu Dec 11, 2014 8:31 pm

so I come back and find Zak trying to belittle a display he hardly knows anything about

okay
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Re: Introducing the Red Saints' Blood Falcon

Post by tigershark » Thu Dec 11, 2014 9:03 pm

VintiXgoIV wrote:so I come back and find Zak trying to belittle a display he hardly knows anything about

okay

:lol: prove to me and I keep my mouth shut but anyone can do what you 2 plan. and i know a lot more display more then you and i have learn over my mistake . I also fly different aircraft in different ysflight air shows. means I do different routes per aircraft i fly. by watching those two video, you can learn a lot what coming to the show. I don't show a lot in my videos because I want people to come at the show then people know what i going to do.

i know you VintiXgoIV to learn lot more. hardly knows my ass.

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Re: Introducing the Red Saints' Blood Falcon

Post by MD5Ray01 » Thu Dec 11, 2014 9:35 pm

Tigershark, I didn't teach VintiXgoIV aerobatic flying. And like he said, those videos were taken during some free-flying that was held on my server. He's still working on the display.

Besides that, shouldn't we also be welcoming VintiXgoIV to the community?
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Re: Introducing the Red Saints' Blood Falcon

Post by VNAF ONE » Thu Dec 11, 2014 10:31 pm

There's no rules to aerobatic flying here. There's only the standards that organizers want at their air shows and the expectations of people that come to see them. Whether you choose to follow these expectations is up to you, and a lot of times, you will find some leniency in what organizers want to have. That means there's no reason a new member can't come here, show what they do, and find a rightful place in the community. Everyone chooses to do different things in aerobatics. I remember doing the MaxFlanker display, which was along these lines of flying (just with a lot more backflips).

It's all about the fun and as long as you have fun doing what you do, that's what this is all about. It doesn't matter how long you've been playing YS and doing aerobatics, it's the fun that matters. It doesn't look good on our community when new people come to introduce themselves, however they choose to do it, and receive criticism because they're "not good enough" or "haven't been around long enough". It's a very negative way of thinking about things and doesn't help us grow.

How about we switch the attitude to a constructive one, and point out things that may be improved, or simply advise him of what we typically do around here. If he chooses to go outside the box (which there's nothing wrong with that), then so be it. I say, "Best of luck and see you in the skies." That's all there is to it gents.
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Re: Introducing the Red Saints' Blood Falcon

Post by Killer » Tue Dec 23, 2014 4:04 pm

Yo, Zak, chill man. Not getting at you, just think we should be more friendly about this.

@Santix: It's good to see new members interested in aerobatics. Personally, in my opinion, we need more aerobatic pilots/demos. Before posting video's, make sure you have EVERY little detail correct, because it all makes a big difference in the end result. For example, if some of the display is improvised, then make sure you can perform those maneuver's flawlessly...practice, practice, practice. Oh, and take people's advice...some of us have been flying aerobatics and formation in YS for years. Good advice goes a long way.

Anyway, hope your demo goes well man. See you in the skies.

EDIT: And as Ray said, shouldn't we be welcoming the new guy?
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Re: Introducing the Red Saints' Blood Falcon

Post by KDFire » Thu Dec 25, 2014 7:59 am

^This whole thing originally wasn't meant to be uploaded on video, but he allowed jdog to do it anyway.

[s]also, that awkward moment when there's another KD in the house[/s] :lol:
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Re: Introducing the Red Saints' Blood Falcon

Post by Killer » Fri Dec 26, 2014 7:58 pm

Well buddy, I'm afraid to say but I've been here for a good 5+ years. I remember playing YS before I was even old enough to sign up to the forums, and I'm 20 in May 2015.

Anyways, just practice man. Always a good thing to practice, learn those aerobatic maneuvers down to a tee, then come back and wow the crowd. I'm sure you'll have your demo looking good in no time.
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