Tuesday, December 20, 2016

Positive Art Reminders San Clemente artist Paul Carter

A couple positive art reminders to breathe deep and often in the moment throughout the day.

These are reminders for myself and sharing the positive intentions along the journey each and every day.

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Sunday, December 18, 2016

Inspired by Nature San Clemente Surfboards Art by Paul Carter

Inspired by Nature from a trip up the coast of California you will see an opening clip in the last video below.
Keep creating and stay focused on your dreams and goals and let go of all the distractions and go for it. 
SoCal Art painting by Paul Carter
Paul Carter Art
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Learning by doing the work and the activity is the key to growing forward not simply going forward.
So find your passion and start and little by little step by step we will each grow.

San Clemente Surfboards Art Review by Paul Carter

This is a fun all around board for nose riding and carving or cruising through the sections.   This board is a 7'11 and works great from 7 to 8fit range.  I build custom hand shaped surfboards for your dreams.

 I enjoy riding a 9 foot board but I wanted to change it up with a combination of a the best of a short and longboard something that I could still carve in the pocket and also hang five or 10 through the sections.   

I use the 325 and 350 future side bites depending on the size of waves,  with a 8 to 8.50-DD center fin and all the way back in the box which is set at 6.5,  the side boxes on this board are set at 18 to give it the single fin feel with the carving option when you want it.

The wedge stringer was an inspiration from a Renny Yater Surfboard I saw in the early 90s. 
I began incorporating the wedge stringer from 1995 to 2004 in many hand shaped surfboards.

So it came full circle this last year and I'm stoked to have the wedge stringer back again.  Join my instagram tribe from the link below.

HandShaped by Paul Carter

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