Stupid question. When you guys say for example 3 inches from the trailing edge of the fin do you mean from the back point of the fin. Technically the edge is all along that curve isnt it?
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Gee that's the "Death Vader". Where did you get that art? "Trailing Edge"; 1. The back edge of the foiled fin from tip to base, throughout the entire arc of the foiled fin. 2. For measurement and placement; The back edge of the fin at the base(where the back bottom edge meets the board.
That which can be assorted without evidence was read in an illegal magazine.
Haha. I have a very talented friend who wanted to try out a new medium. We did it acrylic on PU and now the question is whether the lamination will stick to it
Looks cool. Not my style. The craziest thing I ever did was a flaming eyeball with purple flames from nose to fins. A 9'0 Progressive longboard with a hard tail. Ripped the $#!t out of head high Sewer Peak one weekend. Not my own shape. I submitted the design to JG(Jerry Grantham), he shaped it. Rode like a shortboard. Lowel
So?? What do you think about my definition???
Seems like a straightforward answer. So basically I am just gonna set the back boxes using the little nub at the end of the futures fin channel more or less. Should be a nice easy way to get it all lined up. I think on my other boards I had been using the point of whatever fin I was going to use on that board and it still turned out fine.