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Sixto Ramos

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About Sixto Ramos

  • Birthday 11/30/1975

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    Galicia, Spain
  1. Great job!! Those neat lines are beautiful...
  2. Past impresive... Awesome work (real awe, jaw fall and all). I would like to say very inspiring too, but it goes so far away that seams unreachable. Congrats!!
  3. Awesome (in the true antique meaning, dropping jaw and all). Impressive work...
  4. Beautiful work!! Simple and clean, yet very coherent aesthetics. Unexpected nice touch with the handle decoration. I like it a lot. Welcome!
  5. Absolutely amazing work!! I'd love my accidents to look a tenth as good as yours...
  6. Overwhelmed with pure awe... No conocía tu trabajo, Antonio, llevo poco tiempo en esto. Me dejas alucinado no, lo siguiente...
  7. Thanks, guys! Phil. It's a load of steel. 10mm at the handle, tapering to 3 mm near the point...
  8. Greetings! This is the first one to come out of the new shop. I'm still learning some of the basics, and it shows, but the "client" was pleased. My cousin and godson asked for a "big knife able to chop a tree or skin game"... and that he got. Blade is O2, about 13" long. Handle is ebony and local walnut. Thanks for watching...
  9. Impressive work!! Such beauty and detail...
  10. Simple and very beautiful!! Nicely done...
  11. Very beautiful pattern on that blade!! Good job...
  12. Nice and neat design! I like them a lot...
  13. Wow! this would be impressive if you had been doing them for a while... Congrats!
  14. Thank you guys!! Dave, I share your taste about working places. Actually, your place served as a kind of inspiration. Until last year, all I had seen were the usual dark, old, filthy places I'm sure we all associate with traditional blacksmithing. And so, I was doing my best in a 2x2m (earthen floor) shed at my grandparent's. But when I saw your shop at last year's Arctic Fire videos, I though: "Now, that's a place I would love to work in". John. No, sorry. I know I should have made plans, but I built it from my head. I got a bunch of firebricks and started piling them until I got two
  15. Thanks, John! As I said, all recycled materials. The yellow/orange wheels came from pallet jacks. And the tracking wheel is from a longboard (skate) set...
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