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At long last . . .

Here are the AF 2016 demo videos.

Huge thanks to Michael Bergstrom of WildDog Creative who volunteered all the labor, equipment, and massive editing it took to put these together! Michael's a member of the forum and is making some pretty nice swords of his own lately.

Enjoy guys!

Dave

 

 

 

 

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Thank you.  For making this a thing, for making this available to us all, for keeping us up to date on it.  For it all.  Thank you, Dave and everyone involved.  

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Well i wish i would have stopped into this part of the forum earlier i could have been watching these all day. Looks like its going to be a late night. Thanks for sharing Dave!!!

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Awesome, guys!  I've only watched Petr carving antler so far, but I'll catch them all.  Dave, do you mind if I pin this and put it in the Video and Multimedia forum?  

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2 hours ago, Alan Longmire said:

Awesome, guys!  I've only watched Petr carving antler so far, but I'll catch them all.  Dave, do you mind if I pin this and put it in the Video and Multimedia forum?  

Not at all, Alan! Thanks guys!

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Why wasn't there a huge banner across the Home page that read "ARTIC FIRE 2016 VIDEOS ARE NOW ONLINE"????????

I mean I just noticed this.

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18 hours ago, Michael Bergstrom said:

It was my joy to help out! Learned a lot and made me up my game. Thanks for watching everyone! I'm planning on having some of the story elements, a video about the giants sword and some lovely video of the finished works uploaded soon. 

Awesome! Thanks Michael!

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Both of the pattern welding demonstrations were superb. Owen's use of plasticine for pattern development was extraordinary. Dave's Practical demo of forge welding was also extremely well done. BTW @Dave Stephens it was not even close to being a "Yawn". It is always, and I mean always, beneficial to watch another smith work. Regardless of how many times I do this, there is always another way to get something accomplished and watching you work was entertaining and educational as well.

Excellent presentation gents.

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Chapters 1-3 have been posted online with the demos, over the next week all the videos will be online as well as several profile/in depth videos and a doc about the giants sword construction. A couple hours of new videos have gone up. Next couple weeks will be never before seen content 

 

Available for streaming

 

Chapter 1: Panel Discussion (Group)

Chapter 2: The Mother's Dagger (Peter Johnsson)

Chapter 3: The Material Culture of the Spear Danes (Petr Florianek)

Chapter 4: Hilting a Giant's Sword (Jake Powning)

Chapter 5: Undertow, the Giant's Sword (Owen Bush) 

Chapter 6: Hrunting, The Sword That Failed (Dave Stephens)

Chapter 7: The Lyre of Lejre (J.Arthur Loose) 

Chapter 8: Closing Discussion 

Owen Bush: Forging the Pattern of Undertow

Dave Stephens: Multi-Bar Pattern Welding Tips and Tricks

Jake Powning: Carving Waxes for Lost Wax Casting

Petr Florianek: Pressblech Techniques

Peter Johnsson: Antler Forming with Heat and Steam

Petr Florianek: Carving Antler with Rotary Tools

J. Arthur Loose: Gilding Techniques

NEW Artist Profile: J. Arthur Loose 

NEW Artist Profile: Petr Florianek 

 

Upcoming Releases:

Artist Profile: Peter Johnsson 

Artist Profile: J. Arthur Loose 

Artist Profile: Owen Bush 

Artisr Profile: Jake Powning 

 

Creating "Undertow: Bloody Ripper of Tides" Documentary (TBD)

 

Enjoy on YouTube on Wild Dog Creative channel where there is a custom playlist for the series

 

https://m.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLjf2PEJI0BSqzXzKts9gkeG3YjOyJ8d5F

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There is also a new video by Peter Johnsson coming (currently on his Youtube channel) about the hoard and its history. I watched it a few days and it was fascinating.

Storytelling at its best.

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