Looks great mattwho
5'11" x 21.50" x 2.75"
5-10 x 21 quad stubbie, McCoy-style convex vee, handmade G-10 fins with rout-in install, vacuum bagged innegra glassing
Detailed build thread in the following link.
I finished the TT Turtle. I hope it rides okay.
All these boards look great!
Here is mine all finished up.
"We ain't on our way to Wembley,we ain't gonna win the league. No matter how much they let us down - Westham's still our team"...
Back yard built . Currently in humbolt county
Scrub it kook
i'm new to building boards so treat me gently! this is number 4...if you saw where i made this you would laugh.. a 4'x10' garden shed with a natty old extension cord running out to it.
it's mandala inspired 6'1x22x2.5. 1.5lb eps foam block cut with hotwire. stringerless with bamboo 'springer' and unidirectional carbon rails. exposed cork deck (not core cork!). Resin Research CE epoxy fast hardener. 4oz e, 6oz S deck, 4 and 4 bottom.
the cosmetics need ALOT of work. my pinlines suck and are way too wide. there is dirt in the lam as i don't have room for a separate (clean) glassing area. BUT.. the board rides amazing. have it set up with largish twin fin fronts and 3.25 longboard side bite trailers. Lots of drive and hold, but good pivot.
i haven't been in a 'real' shaping bay to watch a pro go at it. everything about building this board i learned here. amazing that that some searching on sways and a little hand eye coordination can get you something to ride waves with!
here's an SBC entry, but I'm too cheap to put up more than one picture at a time... so here's the cheap fin on the cheap board, and you can almost see the tailblock too.
It's still spring...
Here is another one. I didnt glass this one.
Sunshine Coast (hoax) Queensland Australia