Why be bored in school? Go to a Skateboard School!
This Toronto District School Board alternative school design program, where students earn high school credits by creating their own brand and running a skateboard business / professional design studio, now offers even more SK8 Entrepreneurship Opportunities & New Courses including SK8 & Art Co-ops, Native SK8 Studies, Physical Arts & Mindful Living...
OASIS SKATEBOARD FACTORY (OSF): TDSB's ART & ENTREPRENEURSHIP O.G.s since 2006!
APPLY NOW!!! (*Info Sessions are held every Wednesday at 9AM in the OSF Classroom during the school year.)
JUNE 29th UPDATE: OSF is now CLOSED FOR SUMMER and will reopen September 4th. We will be doing an Info Session for the remaining spaces on our student design team Wednesday Sept. 5th at 9AM in the OSF Classroom Room 3, 707 Dundas St. W.
* ALL New and Returning OSF Students must come claim their preregistered spot and be timetabled Thursday Sept. 6th 10:30AM to 1:00PM. Mandatory Orientation for ALL STUDENTS Friday Sept. 7th 10:30AM to 1:00PM, with full day classes and projects starting Monday September 10th.
If you need assistance during the summer you can reach our Office Administrator at 416-393-9830
Sunday, November 2, 2014
I am a first semester student at Oasis Skateboard Factory. The brand that I have created is called Skatelicious. My brand represents my vast imagination and through my graphics I want to show I can draw really cool characters with a humorous twist. For my first branded board I created an image of a grim reaper with some Chinese take out. The color scheme that I used for this board was black for the robe, white for the takeout container, red for the lettering, ivory for the bones, grey for lines and chrome for the metal part of the scythe. I chose these colors because they match very nicely.
I made this board with Roarockit technology. The materials that I used for this board were 6 layers of maple wood veneers and 1 layer of bamboo. First I pressed the board and then I sanded it to perfection with the 4 levels of sand paper. After this process I taped up the board and put the black layer of paint to outline the grim reaper. I did this layer first so that I could map out the other layers of paint.
I am very satisfied with the final product that I produced; I admit that the process was very stressful but I think that the outcome was totally worth the effort.