we took the boat to another dimension

Yes, 2D to 3D. Throughout this winter we were working on 2 dimensional parts of the boat, drawing them on plywood, then cutting and gluing them into huge plates, then lying on them, caressing and fondling them and waiting for the warm spring to come:

As soon as the freezing winter colds receded and we could feel that the heat we accumulate with the radiators does not leave the garage in just five minutes, we threw our sweaters away and started preparing the boat to take another dimension:

And bam! Just two days of fitting and stitching and our boat already HAS that extra dimension!

P.S. if you took your glasses off for a second and looked more carefully at the second picture, you could see a butterfly facing Julius there. Few days ago, when the garage was warm enough, Julius came and found this butterfly stuck in glue on the bottom plate of the boat. He somehow released the butterfly from the glue and let it out in the streets of Vilnius. From that moment the fate of it is unknown to us. Apart from miraculous versions, our guess is that there was a pupil sleeping in the garage during winter and when we started heating the place, the butterfly has mistaken it for a warm spring and made it’s way out of the pupil. A little bit too early.

And if you looked even more closely at the picture, you could see that the butterfly is photoshoped into it, because Julius had no camera to take a picture of it. So this picture is more like an amateur reconstruction of the scene than a solid documentary evidence.

4 Responses to “we took the boat to another dimension”


  1. 1 tadas April 13, 2010 at 18:43

    Aš tai 3D lėktuvą su rubber motor iš turgaus nusipirkau už £1 ir dabar klijuoju!

  2. 3 CinCas April 15, 2010 at 00:39

    zb jumi chia gaunasi….. ir justas zhiuriu sedi ant kedutes😀

  3. 4 Julius April 15, 2010 at 10:01

    Man tai ne zb – prasidejo alergija tai apoksidkei. Is ryto vietoj akiu buvo du siauri plysiai🙂


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