Yesterday afternoon I was feeling really tired after work - long week. Normally where I would be running to get an evening surf, I figured I'd just rest. I took a nap and Marlon did go out. After I got up, there was still daylight - I ended up fixing the ding on my 5'2" Foilboard, plugging up the pinholes in the 4'10", and putting a last fill coat on the ama that I'm fixing. After that - I brought in the 6'5" fish blank and transferred the templates for the asymmetric. Yes I know this is old school, but to me there is a better connection made with a board the more you handling it at the beginning. CNC is fast and accurate, but I'll stick with the old school.
Marlon also templated his shortboard. Trimming fat is next.