glide collective wrote:but whats with those pervy mirrors on the wall......
A well known artists trick is to look at the work in a mirror to see any obvious imbalance in it, its like looking with fresh eyes.royal wrote:SInce then, it has come in handy while checking the boards while shaping. You can really see your curves - or lack of - when looking at it backwards. It's wierd though when you see yourself in it, and see all the bad habits you pick up...
Archy_is_God wrote:Curren, 1994:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GCNHv-kJ ... re=related
buttholesurfer wrote: wide templated fish will usually go well in most conditions
kirk wrote:sorry, just a bit sick of seeing people's work get lifted so damn fast and casually
coxie wrote:5'11 x 21 1/4 x 2 3/4 mate took the day off to glass it. Didn't really feel like a day off for some reason
Not my template by the way, but when something nice comes through the workshop and there's a bit of hardboard laying around i cant help myself.
Bet it won't go as well as the real thing Ply keels to follow
Wish i had more time for this stuff, this ones board number 5
Mirky_Splatt wrote:From the rooftops and living rooms of C. London
. . . the guy waited until I had glassed the fucking thing before he decided that he wanted boxes instead of glass ons alas tonight I ruin a perfectly good glass job.
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