Yes Great Stuff Adam. Nice lines. Great art from the better half.
That which can be assorted without evidence was read in an illegal magazine.
I would be very interested in seeing the sanding jig, etc. would also like to see these boards in action.
Hopefully I can get a bit of footage of me on the pink one. As the yellow and black one sold at auction I don't know if I can track down the owner and see how they have been going with it.
Be good to know considering the far sharper edge we managed to get on the junction between the rail.co cave and the belly concave.
@reclaim_surf formerly Skatement
(Adam) Sunshine Coast Queensland Australia
Yes she always does a way better job Ryan me when she cuts loose on a blank.
She's a keeper.
Anyone have pics of a Dale Solomonson "tri-plane hull?"
He and a friend used to fly on those things... So "different" and advanced..." They still look like surfcraft from another realm.
Hi Taylor - I have a few images that are Dale related. I have some of you and your boards too.
The flex tail (which was actually a 6" model) was given to me by Dale unexpectedly. He said I was because I spent so much time listening to him on the phone. John repaired some a boken fin and put it in a nice display box. I dontated it to the Surfing Heritage and Cultural Center in San Clemente. It's supposed to be in the Greenough display.
Took this weapon out this morning sans flippers. So I was able to belly board some waves and stand up and slash a few others.
Best of both worlds. Can't wait to try it with fins that have a bit more area. These have been epic riding prone but super slidey standing up. Bit of a weird feeling getting to your feet on a 4' 5.5" board but the potential is all there.
Been meaning to post this for days, tried to don't like three times and ended up losing it only half entered.
You can see the curved sanding block. And where I have my finger nail against it that acted as a guid by sliding along the foam.
Then you can see the fin options i am gunna try next surf as standing up on itnwith the handle fins is super slidy bur super fun.
Not sure why but I keep imagining that basic shape only turned around and some nose mods added... something about the rocker, outline curves and edge treatment seem like a natural fit for the aft part of a futuristic bellyboard.