Zero in Hawaii

Thursday, November 02, 2006

19 Volunteers + α 




I returned to Japan for my other project going on in Shiga prefecture...I JUST got home actually.

The Zero Project in Hawaii is going so well and so fast. Yesterday, all the taping process was finished by the volunteers who came in the morning and around lunch time everything was done. This is amazing! My other volunteers who are helping me in Japan were a little dissapointed because they were planning to go to Hawaii to help those in Hawaii but there isn't much more to do ...

From this point we are starting to construct the body of the Zero. Unfortunately, we are going to have to minimize the number of volunteers to 5 at the most during this phase of the construction process. I'm really sorry if this is dissapointing to volunteers scheduled over the next couple of weeks, and I appreciate your understanding and patience.

By the way, we had 19 volunteers (and maybe even more!) yesterday. Thank you very much for your participation and interests in my Zero Project!

Please feel free to write comments regarding the project, share stories you had with other volunteers, or anything else you might like to include. I hope to hear from you soon!

p.s. I will be back in Hawaii on the 19th.


At 3:34 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi Katsu!

We taped all the Zero patterns with volunteer signatures to the Art Department glass window. We will send a picture to you. The tail frame has been made. Very exciting to see all the parts coming together. Good luck on your Shiga Zero. Wish you were in Hawaii!



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