Friday, 17 September 2010


Something that is truly missed with modern surfboards are pinlines. The art of laying a line of resin by hand is one that deserves the utmost respect. I had the distinct pleasure of working alongside pinline extraodinaire Larry Crow in San Diego. He taught me how but I still have a long way to go. All DHENRY pinlines are laid by hand (not always perfectly straight).

California Log

This is my log. Under the faithful care of my good friend Andrew Burns (he takes wicked photos) in San Diego. Check out the 1inch stringer. Nice. You can find more of Andrew's photos here
Here is Clarke Forrest, a staunch DHENRY supporter.

Sunday, 12 September 2010

Burr Elm Keel Fins

Mark made these most amazing keel fins for his fish. Foiled ply in the tradtional way with Burr Elm veneer. Sexiest fins you will ever see right here at DHENRY.

Sunday, 5 September 2010

A busy day in the shop

I got my board rough sanded. The 10oz glass turned out really nice with olive green and baby blue pigments. Next week it will receive some red pinlines. I also got a fish shaped for Mark and glassed it upside down with opaque grey/blue top and a black bottom with grey/blue swirls. Looks like space.