Saturday, January 27, 2007
Sunday, January 21, 2007
the Widest point is situated 3´´ down the real middle
I call these shapes, expanded shortboards
I put between 1 and 2´´ more in all the outline measurements.
semi full rails to hard on tail; dome deck; good tail rocker; flat bottom to single concave to concave bonzer channels; sea marble acid splash; double 1/8´´, 1/16´´"back to back" pinlines; the main fin (7´´) sport an acid splash too; "speed finish" coat
built to performance
+ is good when 1 day after, the customer pick up the board and there re good solid waves, and when I start to paddle to go out; see from the distance that big smile in his face...
Wednesday, January 17, 2007
Sunday, January 14, 2007
6´11´´ thruster shape
flat bottom; slightly dome deck; 60/40 s rounded rails to hard on tail; little hip in the outline between the side and rear fins (Bhusman template); my specialty FOAM/FIBER tailblock
heavy rockered in the nose; maintain the volume in the tail (yes tapered but ease)
speed finish coat
Thursday, January 04, 2007
6´2´´ thruster 2 3/8´´ máx thickness; 19´´(WP 2.5´´ down the real middle) wide
the shape sport a flat-single concave-flat bottom; dome deck; 60/40 s rounded rails to hard on tail; medium rocker curve; smaller fins with medium rake pointed to the tip of the nose, 5/16´´ máx thickness, 6º cant, 1/4´´ toe in.
the glass is 2 4oz Aerialite on the deck and 1 4oz bottom; "speed finish"
the color is done with paint and the pinlines are "back to back" 1/8´´ each