Here’s an unglassed version of the single fin I’ve just finished.
It’s looking good. All that remains is too tweak the rails and add a pin line. Many thanks to my friend Byron Loker who did some hard yards on sanding the deck, bottom and rails. He has done a great job, with a fine eye for the detail.
The interesting thing about this board is that the inside skeleton is made from old foam. The wood is Oregon pine cut from an old door frame and locally-grown Saligna Gum that I had lying around from the first board I made back in the beginning of 2008.
Photo: Byron Loker. I like the composure and the colours.