The latest model, just finished yesterday. I'm pretty stoked. Can't wait to ride it. It feels a little thick, but it's not meant to be a thin comp board. This board has post-groovy volume with moderately full down-rails and volume through the nose. I like quads and this board is none-the-less a quad. Now it's time for some artwork and off to the beach we go. Happy Saturday.
I prefer waves at least 3 feet and above. Anything below that is so
small and not very powerful. I don't ride a long board nor would I ever
want to. So when the waves are small, I have to find other things to
do like biking, art, swimming, and work! Boooo. On the bright side, the
water has warmed up a little and my boo caught a beautiful Yellowtail
Artists don't always tell you what inspires them but after looking through hundreds of photos of graffiti from around the world last night, I chose several that really inspire me. With a huge interest in surfboards, I love linear art. Anything with repetitive patterns and shapes. Also I like political statements and non-realistic images fused with today's world issues. Enjoy what is inside my brain.
I am stoked. After a couple weeks of work, I finished my latest board. It's 5'8" x 19 7/8" x 2 1/2". Color is resin tint and pigment. Glassed triple 4 oz on the deck and 4 oz on the bottom with 6 oz laps. Factory space, assistance, expertise and Lokbox fin systems provided by my friend Jimmy. Thank you! Had a great time with this board and I'm ready to start the next. Happy Spring. Now let's get some Souths!
This WNW-NW swell (280-300) and S-SSW swell (180-210) has been hitting us HARD. And yesterday was no joke in La Jolla. A & I went on a long drive checking most all of the spots in North County and ended up finding some huge 10-20 foot waves crushing the shore. Proof is in the photos. This wasn't an April Fools.
Happy to say I'm featured in an online magazine called EDGE for CHICKS. You're able to read the magazine by clicking this link: Edge Magazine Issue 2. Stoked to be acknowledged as a female shaper and board builder. The industry is changing....... yew