American kites – I’m basing my American kites on Japanese paper art too. I want to put more American designs that we are all used to seeing for the graphic arts aspect of it for America onto a Japanese kite.
Japanese Kites – Art kites that are collectible and I want to learn about the artistic traditions and they are colorful and learning about that too.
Korean Kites – Same things. Interesting history and culture and I like the use of the paper. Korean’s have different handmade paper they are using. They just have a different take on paper craft in Korea.
Collectible kites – I want to make a miniature to make them more available to everyone in a postcard size and a miniature size. It’s easy for people to enjoy that. The graphic arts and the beauty of the kite. They don’t have to buy the full size kite but it can still show off the artwork without having to have the full sized kite. Even thought hey are miniature in postcard size, they are actual kites that can be flown. They all have their own wind conditions. They can be flown indoors given t hat they are so small. I wouldn’t recommend you take them outside to fly. Rather put them in a frame or hang them from the ceiling for decoration.