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My second one

Postby chassan » Thu Apr 15, 2004 5:37 am

This is a 114X36cm
Made with divynicell, 5.7carbon fiber and 4oz S Glass on both sides. Vacuum bagged
weights about 4 pounds
Graphics by a friend of mine with airbrush
I'll apreciate any comments!

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Postby KiteGlider » Thu Apr 15, 2004 7:06 pm

Chassan -

Looks like the same problem I've had with Yahoo.

What they do is to change the url about every 30min to prevent linking from other sites. They want people to log onto Yahoo to see any pics they're hosting.

Try use the gallery again like you did with your first board (excellent work).

You can make clickable thumb nails also, look at quote to see how the code works.

example from your gallery
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Postby chassan » Thu Apr 15, 2004 7:56 pm

KiteGlider wrote:Chassan -

Looks like the same problem I've had with Yahoo.

What they do is to change the url about every 30min to prevent linking from other sites. They want people to log onto Yahoo to see any pics they're hosting.

Try use the gallery again like you did with your first board (excellent work).

You can make clickable thumb nails also, look at quote to see how the code works.

example from your gallery
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Thanx a lot men, I might sound like an idiot but how you learn to do that? Can you also control the size of the thumbnails?
Here are the Pics again ..... Click for larger image

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Postby KiteGlider » Sat Apr 17, 2004 5:07 pm

A fine example of functional art.
The board looks like it ripps. I like the rails at the center and nicely foiled to the tips.

Awesome airbrush work. I wanted to make a cartoon shark mouth on the bottom to scare the sharks, you beat me to it.

I saw a post with an underlined text link without the full url and started using that. Then tryed doing it with the gallery thumb nails and it worked.

Just thought it would be cool, and saves people on dail-ups download times.

Instead of the thumbnail url, you can have text intead, like "Pic #1" for example. Then you'll get a linked text.

The thumb nails are rezied automaticallly by the forum gallery when you upload, and it uses your pictures name and adds the "thumb" part to the url.
Don't know how to change the thumb nails size though. They could be compressed alot more and still look good.

Anyway, very nice board!

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Postby Rogue Wave » Sat Apr 17, 2004 11:57 pm

Nice airbrushing! :D

What a job in Canada? LOL

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Postby Elia » Mon Apr 26, 2004 8:31 am

sweet board, how does it ride??

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Postby Guest » Tue Apr 27, 2004 1:13 am

It's an awesome ride, it doesn't even feel that small. Definitively feels a lot better than the first one I made.
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Postby chassan » Wed Apr 28, 2004 4:41 am

Anonymous wrote:It's an awesome ride, it doesn't even feel that small. Definitively feels a lot better than the first one I made.
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