basics are: 9 2 * 22 3/8 * 2 7/8; designed to be a "small" board for a big customer to ride large waves
...hello,basics are: 9 2 * 22 3/8 * 2 7/8; designed to be a "small" board for a big customer to ride large waves
Something like that in a 8'6" would be perfect!
Kokua, Thanks I will get in touch with Nova. I currently live in Fla. I really need to get out of this place. Maybe Costa Rica or some Caribbean Island.
According to Mikki Dora Malibu went to the Dogs in 1964. The Chumash Indians will tell you it was 1664.
Howzit artz, Nova has a website and I think it is novapaints.combut if not just google the name. Aloha,Kokua
Howzit artz, Did you email them andask for price list? They will send one to you and they have lots of colors and some decent prices also. If I remember right the are in the City of Commerce and if you live near there you can just go and get it straight from the source. It is a Japanese formular with something added that makes the dried paint flexable. I guy who turned me on to it was a mexican kid named Rick that Surfers Journal did a 2 page article on years ago and he lived in Venice and his brothers were all gangbangers and their pictures were in the article. He was a sponsered surfer and a great airbrusher also. Aloha,Kokua
When a board hits the Blueish green canvas of the ocean, White just looks so clean and crisp.
When a board is hung on a rack or looking to stick out in a shop colors seem to pop.
If i am not mistaken PU blanks will be damaged by most painting chemicals thus water based products should be the safest.
For newbies it is important to remember you are probably not the first to try or ask the questions. But, for the more experienced professionals it is equally important to acknowledge the learning process and how hard it is without the help of a trained professional.
Aussies are talking about paints that were outlawed in California years ago.........
people get mad when I ask for location.......
Water based paints....light coats...buy a small spray gun and an Air Brush....Learn to spray by painting cardboard and other trash.....
Huck, I agree, that is a really nice spray, and if you look closely I think you can see his inspiration, and hope its a mushroom.
huie... good tip. I've only ever used a high quality acrylic flat housepaint and had great results. I've also had good success mixing that same paint with 15% straight acrylic additive, then thinned with water just enough to get it through a gun. Colors stayed bright for years.
Hi. I want to paint a foam blank as an outdoor sign up at our cabin. I will put it in the shed when not in use. Do I first need to use drywall/spackle before I paint the foam? And then I can seal it, correct? And, if it is just for a sign, do I need to get it fiberglassed?
Are you useing eps or poly blankIf you are useing a poly blank then no sealer required. For eps then depending on the blank you may have to seal it. Ask then you purchase the blank. Another way to go is to paint over the glass then seal it with Clear acrylic sealer.