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  1. I'm very much looking forward to seeing this come together
  2. https://vonholdt.wordpress.com/2015/02/21/how-to-make-a-solid-twenty-sided-die/
  3. I started from a cube and with an angle grinder and file ground away all that was not a 20 sided die
  4. Thanks. The dye is saddle tan with antique mohagany on top, if you reverse it, it is much darker and a little more redish
  5. here and a couple of spring steel knives I recently finished up with walnut handles and antler guards. plus a quick little knife I made while at Fire and Brimstone out of aldo's 1075. let me know what you think
  6. 21 1/2 inch spring steel blade with mild fittings and charred oak handle topped by a 20 side die as a pommel nut. I thought i'd just have a little fun this time, the next will be a little more historical. let me know what you think
  7. 1. Brian Dougherty 2. Timothy Artymko 3. Doug Crawford 4. JJ Simon 5. Scott Wright 6. Wesley Alberson 7. Robert Dowse 8. Kevin Hopkins
  8. I can't wait. An idea I like is eating set or kitchen knives, or the choice between the two
  9. I had all the knives I've received from KITHS on this forum and thought I'd share a cruddy tablet picture with you guys. (I might take some good pictures soon)
  10. i thought i'd share some pictures before I ship it out blade forged from a 1 inch ball bearing with a mustard etch, and purpleheart handle with mild steel bolster and butt cap and antler spacers.
  11. Here is a rough picture, I made the belt loop too narrow on the first sheath so somebody gets 2 sheaths for mine.
  12. Done, just in time 1. Timothy Artymko 2. Kevin Hopkins
  13. Nice. I used purpleheart on mine as well. I like it.
  14. Mine is nearly there, just finishing the leather. Pictures tomorrow
  15. Thanks for the comments, I was working out some processes and trying to make these as simple and affordable as possible to see if I can make these as a regular stock item. Over the next couple batches they will be refined.
  16. those are killer, almost too pretty to make dinner with.
  17. I've been playing around with spoon carving for a couple years now and recently decided to try a batch of carving knives, so here are the first 4 from spring steel with walnut handles and scandi grinds all about 3 inch blades and 4 3/4 inch handles. let me know what you think good bad or indifferent. thanks
  18. Praying for peace and comfort as you and your family navigate the days ahead.
  19. here are three I just finished and sent off. the smallest is designed to be the size of a credit card on the diagonal. I really liked the copper handled one, it came out really heavy in a good way. let me know what you think.
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