May 10, 2018

Mini Bob Simmons Resin Tints

Here are some designs I put together for the Mini Bob Simmons board. I really liked the way the blunt nose longboard came out so am thinking of doing something similar. I typically see these boards done clear or with a solid one color tint, so I want to try something different. I also wanted to give the board an appearance of being wider and shorter than it really is, that is why I did horizontal lines. Any preferences???


Almond Surfboards & Designs said...

the middle one is my personal favorite.

looking good linsen!

BoardSide said...

Yah, that's what I was thinking. Thanks bro!

Sorry, I can't make it to your Grand Opening this weekend. But, I will definitely stop by sometime soon!! Congratulations!

Anonymous said...

I'm diggin the one on the right! I like the middle scheme too.


BoardSide said...

Thanks Dave for the input!!!

Stef said...

Great colors...I like the middle one best...

BoardSide said...

Thanks Stef!! I think this is what most people are leaning towards.

Anonymous said...

Great shape (MINI SIMMONS) and progress, how did you come up the placement of the 2 keels, do they run parallel to the stringer or angled in??? Thanks George

BoardSide said...

Thanks for the compliment!!!!
The fins should be parallel to the stringer at 90 degrees. You can kind of see fin position in the rendering above.

Almond Surfboards & Designs said...

hey linsen, made any progress on this?

BoardSide said...

Hey Dave,

Man, I have been so busy. It's just sitting there in my garage waiting to be glassed. I have been thinking about it very day and it's bumming me out. Plus I've got to stop by your shop!

Saw the photos from the Grand Opening. Looked like an awesome turnout!!! Would love to hang with you sometime.

Someday.... Just need to free up some time.

Are ya going to try building Template #4? Kenneth Mockett over at Icons of Surf emailed me a few weeks ago asking if he can have someone shape it. He sent the template over to Bing, but haven't heard back regarding that though.

Surfer, 35 said...


Great looking blog and really nice boards too.
I will add you to my own blog at

I am hoping to build my next board soon, and I will definately take away some tips.


Tito said...

Yap really nice blog, how do you print the templates?
You can visit my blog

Azizajalal said...

That was awesome! Probably one of the more interesting reads in awhile. Thanks Dave for the input!!!


BoardSide said...

Thanks Azizajalal!

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