My cousin found a pictures of myself on some dude's facebook. Humberto showing on, day one of a good week of surfing. My good old 9'2 Robert Prodanovitch, probably 200 or more sessions and still one of the best board of my quiver. Maybe this is what a magic board is all about, the one you've surfed so much that you know all the details, combine with a great shape from a great and not known enough shaper of san diego area.
That one is just before a wiped out ! this move has been called the "sitting on the chair before your ass get kicked "
My once a year Campbell Bro glass job for Remi.
6 oz bottom acid splash two tone color, turquoise blue and cherry red. Special mix from the shaggyshack, our colors don't come straight out the bucket.
2x6 oz cherry red top and gold resin pinline both side.
All by hand with love and tender.
It's a Campbell, it's pretty and it's unique, 'cause at the shack we create our glass job just the way you want it!
Buy a shape from your fav shaper and bring it on to me so we can see what's going to fit best for you.
Owner brought me this, I think was design as a kneeboard originally, board from late 60's JALAMA made close to San Francisco. He got it in swap meet in very bad shape with tons of dings fixed with ugly grey filler.
He ask if we could turn it to a fish simmons. I said why not but we have to find new fins and new placement. I shaped it single profile with Gephart template design for Skip Frye fish and used his fins placement.
Purple tint gloss coat on the bottom to hide old repair and new pinline job top as it was back in the day.
And I had little tail block too 'cause their were smashed as a halloween pumpkins.
He said he wanted his board back in the water so I didn't put too much weight on it.
See ya, old lady, now you're dress up for surf party.