Posts Tagged ‘remz’
Craig Parsons is 36 and rides for Remz & Bakerized Skate Shop.
Our beloved entertainer Woodster back again on Remz, this time from visiting the streets of Toronto Canada for one day while being in town for the Brampton4 comp where he learned some unknown and interesting facts about the beautiful country and its people..
Shout outs to all the locals for maintaining their scene healthy and showing Nick a good time (& vice-versa we hope!).
Logan Clark shredding the Davenport and Iowa City skateparks with his fresh new Remz gear.
Also includes what may be a new trick, the “duck hunt” grind (Logan thinks he may have been one of the first to do and name this grind). Featuring Phil Austin.
Filmed and Edited by Bruce Bales.
Ralf Monnerup (Denmark Flow): Leftover Clips
Simon Lind just sent a little preview of what he and Ralf Monnerup are currently working on. By the looks of the ‘leftovers’ it’s going to be hot! stay tuned (via).
Dave Mutschall (Berlin Germany) Miniramp Edit by Patrick Piesik
Bonus: Dave Mutschall Clips
Tour recap of Yuckem and Woodster cruising the beaches and swamps of Florida from the Panhandle Pow Wow 5Star WRS competition in Pensacola to the pristine clear waters of Miami Beach, home of the one and only Franky Morales.
Other stops along the way include V-Town in Sarasota, Fort Myers Skatepark, Skates USA in Lake Worth, and Piccolo Skatepark in Miami.
Bonus edit of the Yuckem and Woodster 2010 Florida Tour: Franky Morales takes us behind the scene at his recording studio: Studio Center in Miami Florida.
Blading has been around for over 15 years now with its first generation being in its early / mid 30s. Many are getting back at it lately and some like Craig C Parsons never left.
Blading for about 13 years, 7 on remz, here is a little edit of all recent footage from him, all for the fun of it at 36 years old (via).
Unfortunately CJ Wellsmore did not make it to this part of the tour and Franky Morales was injured, but luckily the local rippers like Elliot Sevens ans Nick lomax were there to thrown down.
Here is the highpoly of my rollerblader sculpted in Zbrush.
I used a profesionnal skater whose name is Chris Haffey as a reference.
Hi. I am starting a new character. It will be a rollerblader.
I begun rollerblading a long time ago, and even I don’t practice much lately, I still love this sport.
Very popular in the second half of 90s and early 2000s, the sport is now much more underground.
However, people who love this sport keep pushing it, despite the lack of exposure in massive media.
I want to make a little tribute to them.
So first things first , I made the skate. It’s a Remz 2007 team model.