Thursday, February 28, 2008

NY Bound

A carbon railed hull for Paul Y. in NY! I'm really excited for feedback on this one, its a shrank down version of my magic 6'5...I might need one for myself :)


Something new/different to add to the resume...a 6'3 b5 round-pin for a SB local. I can't wait to get this one finished; I'm stoked to have the opportunity to try something a little more low-volume and dare I say...chippy!

Monday, February 25, 2008

Progress Indeed!

The fins pictured below now belong to a 5'8 SBq thats headed for the Anything But 3 event @ Cardiff on March 22nd ( ) (no matter who you are) should be there to sample an eclectic mix of boards!

Thursday, February 21, 2008


Diamonds in the rough...A set of laminated Zabra wood quad fins for a test driver-SBq; getting ready for the AB3.


Nick M's Fish is still in progress, today was a fun day of solid Cedar glassons and hotcoats...the possibilities are endless when you can make custom fins!

Sunday, February 17, 2008


Jeremy D's 5'8 Twin fish w/a black resin band...I haven't done alot of bands so far but am looking forward to doing more!

Saturday, February 16, 2008


Here we have one of two cedar keels for Nick M's twin fish...Mmmmmmm fast :)


Craig's 6'4 SBq is all finished up! I had a good time with the pinlines, and always like using other colors than black, grey seemed to fit the bill pretty well this time.

This particular board is packing alot of foam, but the SBq does very well in smaller sizes (a 5'8 is waiting to be glassed at the moment).


John D's finished 5'10 Sub.

This thing is really really cool, I'll be making another one for the AB3 @ Cardiff in march.

Thursday, February 14, 2008


Introducing the Sub-Stub; a whole lot of curves packed into a sub-6' size range.

You pick the size, I pack the curves.
This one is for John D. in LA.


The first board I every shaped, I got so excited to sign it that I miss-spelled my last name...I make it a point to concentrate hard when I sign a new board these days!

Epic photo courtessy of Jon Shaffer from: .

Tuesday, February 12, 2008

Off and Running

Feb. has some nice offerings so far; some classics in the front, and a carbon railed hull in the back.

Dynamic Equilibrium

Balance created by constant motion;

Craig M's SBq.