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Old 11-20-2017, 12:19 AM   #21
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This won`t help except to establish what a line drawing can look like.
It`s a drawing that came with my Marieholm26 Folkboat, though it is actually of an International Folkboat. An advertising agency I was doing some work for had their art department clean up the drawing, and I had it framed.
Rotated and a little dark, but you`ll get the idea.
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Old 11-20-2017, 07:10 AM   #22
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Thanks Bruce. I guess the strength of the TF is that it is made up of an eclectic group of people - some are individuals and want to remain so, others share a common background and set of interests - one such group who are having a bit of a yack here are the marine pedants - good luck to them, and let them carry on in their exquisitely precise way, although it can be a bit frustrating when a post asks a fairly simple question that drifts off into the esoteric.

I thought my initial post was fairly clear to the non card carrying marine pedants.
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Old 11-20-2017, 05:24 PM   #23
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George, if you could contact Mark Halvorsen you might get a line drawing. Codger2 knows Harvey Halvorsen, that might be another approach.You might have to settle for a non Europa sedan,I only know of 3 Europas, yours, mine, and one sold at Bobbin Head a year or so back.
Failing that, providing a photo to someone who does drawings, eg an architectural draftsman,or an artist, might be a way. And you could get things omitted if you want, like the bbq.
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Old 11-20-2017, 06:53 PM   #24
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With today's fancy computer graphics of sorts, photo shop etc.... couldn't a photo be made into what you seek??
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[QUOTE=Brisyboy;611008] it can be a bit frustrating when a post asks a fairly simple question that drifts off into the esoteric.


Some of the all time classic posts have started out this way. The thread hijack has become almost an art form on Trawler Forum. Frustrating to the OP but usually entertaining to the rest of us.
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Old 11-22-2017, 01:25 AM   #26
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True Andy. I thought the drawing on the BoatUS site which gaston found would have suited your boat but on review, it`s a sundeck version, which I didn`t know existed.
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Old 11-22-2017, 07:57 AM   #27
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it can be a bit frustrating when a post asks a fairly simple question that drifts off into the esoteric.


Some of the all time classic posts have started out this way. The thread hijack has become almost an art form on Trawler Forum. Frustrating to the OP but usually entertaining to the rest of us.
Hey, hey Andy... no need to get personal here! - LOL
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Old 11-22-2017, 10:59 AM   #28
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Bris,
What you’re looking for (it seems) is a profile drawing.
If you had asked on boatdesign.net everybody would assume you were looking for a “lines drawing”.
I was looking at “lines drawings” by John Atkins (and others) before I was a teenager in the public library. But most boaters don’t know what they are. So perhaps “line drawing” was totally approprate here. But I assumed you were looking for a lines drawing.
But if you want to learn something about boat design get acquainted w lines drawings and what the lines mean.
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Thanks Bruce. I guess the strength of the TF is that it is made up of an eclectic group of people - some are individuals and want to remain so, others share a common background and set of interests - one such group who are having a bit of a yack here are the marine pedants - good luck to them, and let them carry on in their exquisitely precise way, although it can be a bit frustrating when a post asks a fairly simple question that drifts off into the esoteric.

I thought my initial post was fairly clear to the non card carrying marine pedants.
Mea Culpa. Mea Culpa. Sincere apologies.
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Hey, hey Andy... no need to get personal here! - LOL

I think we need to draw a line on that one!

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George(Brisboy), any progress towards a usable line drawing?
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Spray was in my marina in Kenosha, WI. She was on the hard under tarps for years. The owner could not find a buyer and the marinia told him to find another home as they got rid of all woodies. About that time a buyer from New England took her. Has anyone seen her lately?
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Old 11-27-2017, 05:54 PM   #33
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Spray was in my marina in Kenosha, WI. She was on the hard under tarps for years. The owner could not find a buyer and the marinia told him to find another home as they got rid of all woodies. About that time a buyer from New England took her. Has anyone seen her lately?
Sad confirmation Brisboy`s thread has been hijacked to death. I post asking about progress,you post this.
If you want to pursue the fate of a specific identified named boat completely unrelated to Island Gypsy,please do it somewhere else.
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Old 11-27-2017, 06:50 PM   #34
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Sorry king of the forum. I tried to reply to a much earlier post unsuccessfuly.
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Greatlaker221,
I think Bruce has a point.
And if we were to have a king Bruce would make a good one.

And I spoze I was out of line posting a GB drawing but I was confused about what the OP was asking for.
Most of us stray of topic at times.
And at other times it’s difficult to tell what’s on topic.
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George(Brisboy), any progress towards a usable line drawing?
Not yet, although I am about to use a photo I have and draw over it in felt tip - the outlines at least - then play around with a photo copy - reducing it etc to see how that would look. Reducing it down to 100mm or less means it can only have minimal detail to be recognisable as an embroidery.

I`ll let you know how I go.
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Line drawing wanted

Just found this app for iPhone called Artamaton. More thread drift. Sorry.

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Maybe of interest to another IG 32 owner
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