Nope you did not watch the whole thing , especially the 1st of it.I wondered how he removed the shell from the mold without cutting the shell. Frankly, I didn’t watch the whole skit.
At the 1:16 mark the sides look petty straight to me. He could of put the curve to them when he attached the two wood rails later on in the build.I wondered how he removed the shell from the mold without cutting the shell. Frankly, I didn’t watch the whole skit.
He didn't seal the ends until off the mold.I saw the firm rekease layer. The canoe, when you look at it, dkes not expand in all places. If it did, the paper machevwpuld slip off easily. The sides have some recurve in them. Width at the gunnels is not full beam width.
Well one out of three isn't that bad at 33 1/3 correct for a astute thinker. That rock you sat on ( for the thinker statue ) , didn't it get uncomfortable ?Maybe, it isn’t over thinking. It’s more like thinking a situation through. Not just partly through, but working toward a condition of completely through. Often, it requires thinking it though several times, in several ways, seeking input from others who have different perspectives, dropping parts that had seemed to make sense, adding new or modified pieces that seem a better fit.
Some people have skills in drawing, or whittling, or cooking, etc. My skills seem to be in astute thinking, being devastatingly handsome, and being humble.