Chicken Wings Video up on YouTube!

It is done! After some feedback from our Patrons and people at last week’s AERO, we made a few little tweaks and finally uploaded the final product on Youtube for all the world to see!

Many people said that the radio transmissions were too hard to understand, especially for non-native speakers. So we reduced the distortion effect and added subtitles.

Out Of Gas Title

We hope you like it and are looking forward to your feedback! This is just the beginning of many animated adventures to come! You can help us by:

  • Liking the video on Youtube
  • Sharing it with your friends
  • Subscribing to our Youtube channel

And last but not least:

We’re grateful for any and all support you can give us! Word of mouth is powerful and every little bit helps!

We’re already working on the next film, but it will take a little while, because, as we already mentioned a hundred times, these things are an enormous amount of work. But as were climbing up the learning curve and with your growing support, we’re optimistic to gradually increase our output over time!

Enjoy the show and stay tuned for more!

Out Of Gas Screenshot

2 comments on “Chicken Wings Video up on YouTube!
  1. RG2Cents says:

    Hilarious! And the animation was soooo smooth! Well done!

  2. Florian says:

    Actually I caused one , unfortunately. At least I achieved that without even entering the movement area. We had an open doors day at our local airfield and I was manning AFIS when a pilot in a Super Cub stated he was ready for departure and queried if there would be approaching traffic. I replied that the final would be clear but completely forgot the Archer there. The Super Cup pilot took my advise for granted and was about to commence takeoff when, fortunately, the Archer pilot recognized the situation and went around.

    Bottom line, I was task saturated to a point where I lost my situational awareness. I assume that, as we AFIS guys are only mildly trained volunteers, a day which over 250 takeoffs and landing got over my head since on a good day we usually have only 40. On the other hand it was a prime example why you should ever look outside your window before you enter a runway, regardless what comes over the radio!

    At least for me it was a lesson!

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