- May 25, 2010
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A whole lot of that tape got laid down this morning pre shoot.
And, I hope I’m not pushing the boundaries of this section by the slight thread crap, but it does pertain to this particular 36, so?
A great vibe in the gel shop today even though there em was a little stress early on.
The tunes, were provided, shortly there after by Miguel, who was working on another boats bilge in the other booth.
He has this lantern looking speaker that he connects his phone to.
It sounds awesome even above the noise of the spray booth fan. It was good Miguel has excellent taste in music, lol.
His random play list started with Jerry Reed, then Charlie Daniels.
Then the Highway men, you know, Waylon, Willie and the boys
There was some Mamas and Papas, Jim Croce among many others.
Once the tunes were going, it went smooth as silk.
yes its supposed to make desert storm. They are about to shoot Gel. will take some time to block, but is going directly into Kenny Smith's rigging department.Wow. Whole different look to it. Both renderings look great, but I do like the new one better. Will we see it at Desert Storm?
Wow! That seems like a huge undertaking once its out of the mold to re-gelcoat the whole boat, is it not? Or is it fairly straight forward since its still just a bare hull?Since the owner decided to fully cap the boat. We offered the option to change the graphics as well. The owner chose a great timeless scheme about 3 weeks ago. The hull is currently being prepped for Gelcoat. Full cap is complete. At 39’8” long this cap was a huge undertaking.
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its a lot of sanding /labor. Gel likes to orange peel and is much harder than paint to sand smooth. The full cap job you're already sanding the entire boat so this isnt too much more work.Wow! That seems like a huge undertaking once its out of the mold to re-gelcoat the whole boat, is it not? Or is it fairly straight forward since its still just a bare hull?