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You make some of the most unique and beautiful PW steel that I have ever seen. Keep up the good work!

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Those are beautiful I really like the clear line along the edge, and the shape as well. #4 would be my favorite if I had to pick.

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I keep seeing a bunch of good looking blades coming out of your shop. It makes me want to work that much harder to improve my own. I really like number 3. I especially like the pattern that looks somewhat like barb wire.

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Greg, those are amazing! I'm always impressed by your work.

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That awesome. I really need to take my patterns to the next level. But it seems some are very tight lipped about their process.

Edited by Matt Todd

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3 and 4.... What sorcery is this?!!! Amazing.

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I can only hope to ever achieve such awesome work in PW, Those are Gorgeous, but I am sure there is a LOT of work and trial and error that go into making them as well.

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you are doing interesting and attractive work. I like the basic blade shapes, as well as the pattern welding. thanks for sharing your work with us.

kc

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Wow. Looks like the stuff people do with polymer clay. Except, you know, with metal... at flesh-carbonizing temperatures...

Edited by andrew zimba

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Damn Greg, that is some impressive steel.

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Shall we name the new pattern - Kaleidoscope ?? very nice

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I have to say it again,

1. I LOVE those blade shapes. They are just perfect for that size of knife.

2. The pattern welding is really, really, attractive and technically sound.

 

great combination of shape and content.

kc

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What sort of black magic shenanigans leads to patterns like this? But actually is this still purely forge welding, twisting, folding and stacking like normal?

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You have reset the bar on craftmanship to the stratosphere. I think this is the most stunning thing I have seen. Beautiful, simply beautiful!

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I know the theory of how to do this (powdered steels, nickel foils, shim stock in a can, cut and tiled/accordioned and rewelded, and so on) but this is a most excellent development of the process! Good stuff.

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