Awesome model! It's surprisingly rare to see a MOC that actually has working functions, so it's nice to see one that actually can move somehow. Would it be okay if I used it as an example of a vehicle on my blog, The Moc Manual? http://mocmanual.blogspot.com/
Thanks, O.G., much appreciated. Got thrown by the fact that the texted bits weren't interactively clickable (to enlarge) so it appeared you'd managed a Font substitution somehow. Come to think of it... none of your pics are Enlargeable... Hm. Maybe my page is broken. *shrugs* Anon, thanks again. Are you using a particular prog/site for GIF creation? Pardon my curiosity - the Crowe is a curious birdie. =)
Quoting Clever Crowe
HOW did you embed a GIF? (awesome wing-VTOL feature, btw) and finally 3) HOW did you use a different FONT on MOCpages?
Thanks! You embed a gif like how you embed a normal photo if you use the <img src=url> html code. And the different font is just a picture with words on it :D I just make the background of the picture the same as the page's background.
Alright: 1) love the style of sorta gonzo-AirCab-look, great wing rotor blades. Really cool Build. 2) Gotta know (and yes, just for fun, I checked the HTML-help function link before I asked) HOW did you embed a GIF? (awesome wing-VTOL feature, btw) and finally 3) HOW did you use a different FONT on MOCpages? If I am an idiot, thensobeit; I have either never understood these as possible, or missed anyone else using them on a page before. Cheers, if you pity the Bird and tell me HOW (or even point me to the right direction). Thanks, OG!
This is very impressive. I love the functionality of the rotor turning system, that was clever. Te pilot is probably my favorite part though, for some reason. So, are you building a new villan for Galaxus to battle?