You may think, that our RC adventure is all about offroad. Trail offroad. And only from time to time we drive onroads or drift. But basically only driving counts. You couldn’t be more wrong 😉
One of the things we love in this hobby is creative and artistic aspect of it. We simply don’t have enough time to just sit and create – Sandra worked on #ten2truggy’s body recently and it looks pretty sick 🙂 She also made a scale table, that was a prize during Italian Recon G6 this year. But unfortunately that’s it on our side.
That’s why we are more than happy, that there are artists, who’s work we can admire. One of them is our today’s guest. He is an amazing RC artist from Australia, who make all the jaws drop. We love his style, admire his work, even envy him a little 😉 We are pretty certain, you know at least few of his RCs – they are one of a kind and can’t be mistaken with any other people’s work.
With a great pleasure we present to you answers to our “5 questions to:..” from an amazing creator and photographer. Give a round of applause to Dphotographer Danny Huynh!
- How has your RC adventure started and what was your first RC?
Started with a Tamiya drift chassis and was really into painting drift shells.
- Which RC (that you own or owned) is your favorite?
All my Axial Racing RC is my favourite. My top 3 is, Wraith, Exo and Bomber.
- What is your dream RC?
I don’t have an RC dream, there’s no such thing to me as Best RC.
- What do you like the most in this hobby?
I like the creative process such as building, painting and photography. thats all I do everyday.
- What are 4 things that you always take on your RC adventures?
I don’t go on adventures, I just build arc’s base on my home environment . This is why all my RC are low and for on road.
Check out his:
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