TWO BOB SPECIAL 16' in Jointed White Cedar -VIDEOS-

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Michel Boissonneault
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TWO BOB SPECIAL 16' in Jointed White Cedar -VIDEOS-

Post by Michel Boissonneault » Sun Feb 14, 2016 11:47 am

Hi (Bonjour),

In 2014, me and my friend Guy Rinfret decided to build two Bob Special 16 feet in jointed white cedar from Quebec.

The construction project took place from october ’14 to june ’15. The canoes weighs 56 lbs and 58 lbs.

We shot 8 hours of video and have taken around 1800 photos.

Here’s 9 short art movies about this project, posted on vimeo.

Take them as a tribute to Ted and Joan for their Canoecraft book, plan and support.

Not a tutorial but there are some hidden tips in a few.

On Vimeo.com:

KÄNOTS: 1. Le Moule - The Mold
https://vimeo.com/148020288

KÄNOTS: 2. Les Étraves - The Stems
https://vimeo.com/148024701

KÄNOTS: 3. Les Lattes de Cèdre - The Cedar Strips
https://vimeo.com/148729904

KÄNOTS: 4. Préparation de la Coque - The Hull Preparation
https://vimeo.com/149505037

KÄNOTS: 5. La Résine - The Epoxy Resin
https://vimeo.com/149920434

KÄNOTS: 6. L’intérieur de la Coque - Inside the Hull
https://vimeo.com/150299623

KÄNOTS: 7. La Finition - The Finishing Stage
https://vimeo.com/150795253

KÄNOTS: 8. Le Vernis et l’Assemblage - The Varnish and Assembly
https://vimeo.com/150817548

KÄNOTS: 9. La Mise à l’Eau - The Launching
https://vimeo.com/151721211

Michel Boissonneault
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Jim Dodd
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Re: TWO BOB SPECIAL 16' in Jointed White Cedar -VIDEOS-

Post by Jim Dodd » Sun Feb 14, 2016 8:13 pm

Excellent video Michel !
I wish I knew enough French to properly compliment you !
An experience that will keep you two connected for a life time !
Thanks for sharing this most wonderful video !

Jim
Keep your paddle wet and your seat dry!

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