Firewire Sunday

casa_mugrienta

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Apr 13, 2008
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Petak Island
Tomo was commissioned to create the Sci-fi for Kelly's new line of boards "Slater Designs". But... Tomo was still developing and testing the QISC on that bat tail design and hadn't gotten it to full development stage. So he released the Sci-fi with the QISC only in the tail area.

The Cymatic was an evolution of the SP2 and had a completely different look and feel of the Sci-fi.

The Sci-fi 2.0 (in my opinion) was sort of like a do-over on the original Sci-fi and allowed Tomo to add things he probably wasnt able to add to the original design. It just so happens that the Sci-fi 2.0 felt A LOT like the Cymatic.

Either way... every shaper refines their designs and makes new models based on previous models. Sub-driver is a good example... the happy... the dominator.... etc.
Except Tomo's are made with actual magic.
 

Havoc

Miki Dora status
May 23, 2016
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in da hood next to paradise
Tomo was commissioned to create the Sci-fi for Kelly's new line of boards "Slater Designs". But... Tomo was still developing and testing the QISC on that bat tail design and hadn't gotten it to full development stage. So he released the Sci-fi with the QISC only in the tail area.

The Cymatic was an evolution of the SP2 and had a completely different look and feel of the Sci-fi.

The Sci-fi 2.0 (in my opinion) was sort of like a do-over on the original Sci-fi and allowed Tomo to add things he probably wasnt able to add to the original design. It just so happens that the Sci-fi 2.0 felt A LOT like the Cymatic.

Either way... every shaper refines their designs and makes new models based on previous models. Sub-driver is a good example... the happy... the dominator.... etc.
all designs stolen from greg griffin and mike croteau