This took the size of the boards from 711-863mm to 118- 154mm a much more manageable size.
So this instructable is how i went about making the boards.
Step 1: Tools and Materials.
-Laser cutter (coping saw or jigsaw will work if you don't have a laser cutter)
-File / sand paper.
-scalpel, craft knife
-line bender for plastics.
-drawing software of some sort. (i used adobe illustrator.)
-glossy paper ( to print the decals on)
-double sided sticky paper
-paint (spray paint or acrylic paint will both work fine)
Step 2: Research and study.
There are literally hundreds on google.
once you have the screen grabs or internet pictures you can get to designing your boards.
Step 3: Plans and Designs.
Take the images you found and work out the outline shapes of each design.
Then do some plans for the hover pads.
The basic design for the hover pads are identical on each hoverboard, then each one has little clips which are different and are painted different.
Once the plans have been drawn its time to work on the designs of each board.
Using the images draw out some image file to use as the decals for the boards.
Print out the images you have drawn up and stick them on to some double sided sheet, then cut them out.