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  1. I really like the idea but it's prooving rather difficult to find a pattern that would make a good tribal tattoo, for me atleast
  2. I've been thinking on it a while, and I would really like to get a tribal tattoo using a damascus pattern, but I can't for the life of me find a pattern that looks good and would actually be possible to draw. I would really appreciate any suggestions on some patterns to check out and maybe even some pictures.
  3. I don't know if anyone has already heard of this, but I found this video http://www.youtube.com/p.swf?video_id=ImGa...AAGBSxkMct0t1Gw and now I'm just trying to figure out a way to save up for one
  4. I was wondering since medieval battle re-enacting is so closely related to bladesmithing if anyone knew of any groups of battle re-enactors around Maine.
  5. simple question, is $400 a good deal for a good condition Hay Budden anvil? I'm not shure how big but I know it's atleast 200 lbs
  6. thanks for the tips, and about that forge question, yes I have thought about it, I know a local blacksmith that is willing to help me build a gas forge for 75 dollars
  7. I've been trying to get into bladesmithing for 2 years now (I've only been really trying for 1) and I'm still stuck with no anvil and no forge. I was wondering if I just took a peice from my moms old plow blade out back and flattened it out, or even just took a peice of sheet metal and mounted it to a wooden block, would it be suitable for a beginners anvil?
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