I just got an email from Morgan Wood, the designer of the Mugi, and he tells me that the proper pronunciation is "moogy", as in rhymes with "boogy". Boogy is definitely something that this plane can do, so I guess it fits. He's also offered to send me some official Mugi decals for my plane. This guy is starting to tip the generosity scales methinks. I'll be putting up a permanent link on my sidebar to the Mugi site as a thank you. He sells Mugi kits as well as other Mugi pieces and parts there, so go there and buy something. At the very least give him a visit, I think you'll like what you see. He's also working on another design, as well as a bunch of other cool models made out of Coroplast, I can't wait to see what they are!
Actually, this post was supposed to just be an update at the bottom of my last post, so if you haven't read the last post yet, do that first and then this one will make a lot more sense. Blogger is being a grouchy bitch for some reason, so when I try to just edit my last post, it loads, then disapears. It hasn't been too friendly about uploading the still pics of the now decorated Mugi either, so we'll see what happens.
Ok, now that Blogger finally decided to load my pics. Here's the Mugi with some color applied. I know, it's kind of gaudy, but that was the idea. Mugi's the name, high visibility is the game.