Thursday, August 20, 2009

PROTOtype #1

...well, finally get the pictures of this board that I made last year. I did it to send to the 2008 Sacred Craft show but unforeseen events let it outside..
anyway, this board is roughly based on the air induction concept of 1 of the 3 Morey s early 70s prototypes and after some mails with B Mckee and 1 with G Loehr, I decided to made it.
sports: HYDROSLOTS; flat and S deck; normal entry rocker for a fish but heavy rockered in the last 2´, kick tail too; 60/40s rails extremely tapered out to tail; concave bottom channel fading out in the same line of the front fins; "2 in 4" speed d fins, well, i do these rear modificated fins to half of the fishes and work better backhand than the cqc normal ones.
2 4oz Aerialite fiberglass on top and 1 on the bottom; gloss coat deck, speed finish/bit of gloss on the bottom.
this is the most modern contemporary fish that I did and like may be some of you just saw, follow the concept of my tail area design


Anonymous Anonymous said...


i love this stuff! mad scientist at work. And look at that bladed out tail...insane.


11:56 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

sensational colours

3:01 PM  
Anonymous reverb said...

...hey man, thanks
this is a sboards dojo so I try to find a way for everyone

...Nursemyra, yes
I tried to make a very special board


5:48 PM  
Blogger plcasey1 said...

sick concept. does the vent give it lift?

7:11 PM  
Blogger Kirk said...

it was well worth checking out! Nice outline, epic tail and fin set up and the vent is a really interesting idea, so good to see people playing with the fish design, it's a great platform

8:43 AM  
Anonymous reverb said...

...hello Plcasey1, more like lubricate with water...

...hello Kirk, thanks for checking it out

10:40 AM  
Anonymous reverb said...

...bad typo
lubricate with air


1:07 PM  
Anonymous Julio said...

Nando, hace tiempo que no me daba una vuelta por tu sitio. Que interesante projecto che!, ya la probastes? como funca?, muy bueno el diseño y las combinaciones de colores. Te mando un abrazo.

7:39 AM  
Blogger reverb said...

...gracias Julio,
estamos en eso

4:41 PM  

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