22' 6" - another derivation of the double-ended weekend or picnic boat.
I usually render with the sun shining onto the boat from behind the viewer, as we were all taught to take photos that way.
But occasionally it...
Major hull change forward, various details tweaked.
Don't you hate it when you feel something is wrong, but aren't sure what?
Today, I figured out that "what."
I always liked the early stands. :)
Compare to "Marine" a few posts before this.
No major changes, just an update, but the beast has a name now and the engine's running. :)
65 ft LOA, 17 ft Beam.
with full (low) lifelines.
Yes, she looks familiar, since she is Ariel with a tiny cabin on her, and some other small mods that are hard to notice.
I thought a name change...
A little more realism injected. I start with broad strokes to see if it pleases me, then go back and make it work properly.
I started her about 8 years ago, but there is a ton of "cleanup" work to do. Will try to post updates as she goes.
Slightly more usable lighting.
While I'm on the subject of daysailers....
60'-4", 21,000 lbs. Looks a bit 12-metre-ish, but isn't.
Straight-on orthogonal view.