- Bank of Montreal @ the Junction
I say it a couple times every year. I need to take more photos. So today I took out the camera, blew off the dust and I’ve decided to start up a photo blog again.
Old style buildings are fun in Toronto. We don’t have a lot of history or old buildings in the city. Something about a bank and an old building fit together.
We have finished the Sabalo from plans created by Jem Watercraft
I’m not starting on a modified design of the Ta’al from Storer Boats. I’ve currently named this project the Taalak
- Taalak under way!I think I made about 6-7 models with paper and cardboard. I’ve finally tweaked the design to where I’m happy and brave enough to start cutting real wood. After modifications I’m looking at a max beam around 33″ and total length of 13’1 (I think that’s what I remember) I know there will be some issues as scaling 2d parts doesnt necessarily make sense for a complex 3d object. Of … Read More “Taalak under way!” »
- Kayak is finally Done!Took the winter off. Garage was too cold and just didn’t have the mood to work on something we couldn’t use right away. The warm weather brought about some excitement to finish this project off and I ended up leaving it a little late. Lets get it out of the way. Full boat shot Love the colour of the Epifanes 2 part polyurethane paint/varnish. The white we actually did 3 … Read More “Kayak is finally Done!” »
- Closing off the Kayak and Recessed HandlesThe first recessed handle took like a week to make. I guess I did learn a lot from the first one, as I was able to knock out the 2nd in 1 night. I than had to cut a hole in the front and rear decks to accommodate the recessed handle. The shoulder of the handles were routed so that an extra piece of plywood would be able to slide … Read More “Closing off the Kayak and Recessed Handles” »