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"Canister of Many Things" WIP (pic heavy)

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So, I have a bit of an ADHD problem. It manifests badly in my bladesmithing as a failure to complete projects. Especially those I feel are too flawed to warrant completion.

Recently I made a deal with myself to separate my numerous unfinished projects into groups with attached priorities, and create a rule: "No new project will begin without first clearing a project from the pile, then shuffling one of the lower priority projects into the spot that just got cleared." This arrangement seems to be working. 

 

...then this week I decided to game the system...

 

By my count, this clears about six slots. :P

 

 

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Cool, but I have to ask about the fresh ground pepper?!?

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4 minutes ago, Brian Dougherty said:

Cool, but I have to ask about the fresh ground pepper?!?

 

Homage to Shurap. :P

Can't be having bland canister damascus. 

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Gotta put some kind of organic offering in the can! B)

Is that a self-contained air hammer I see?  Nice!

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Well now. That was a fantastic burst of inspiration Mr. M. 

Well done!

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That is a very nicely shaped knife and would have a multitude of uses 

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15 hours ago, Alan Longmire said:

Gotta put some kind of organic offering in the can! B)

Is that a self-contained air hammer I see?  Nice!

Why, yes sir it is! I love my little Anyang. :P

 

 

11 hours ago, Joshua States said:

Well now. That was a fantastic burst of inspiration Mr. M. 

Well done!

Thanks!

 

 

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Wow, David, as always.

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