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fish
2012-10-12, 14:03
so after a good few hours its finally finished including the sheath,i have chosen a dangler patten,and as its going to a Danish chapi added a map of Denmark carved into it and a compass rose,i have finished it in an antique style which i think suits the knife.

http://i102.photobucket.com/albums/m92/fishfish_01/crafts/DSC03322-2.jpg

http://i102.photobucket.com/albums/m92/fishfish_01/crafts/DSC03323-1.jpg

thanks for looking

Superman
2012-10-12, 14:17
How much do you sell your knives for?

Lugnut
2012-10-12, 14:26
I thought your case worker said you weren't allowed to have any sharp items? :albertein

Superman
2012-10-12, 14:32
I thought your case worker said you weren't allowed to have any sharp items? :albertein

Shhhh, he's a Brit....nobody will know.

fish
2012-10-12, 16:33
How much do you sell your knives for?

i dont generally sell them mate,i made this one as an exchange for a couple of blades for handling.

ps ,ime not a brit ime English! lol

sheepdog
2012-10-12, 16:37
You are a real craftsman fish!!!

Oh and isn't the quote "English by the grace of God?"

Superman
2012-10-12, 17:46
i dont generally sell them mate,i made this one as an exchange for a couple of blades for handling.

ps ,ime not a brit ime English! lol

What's the difference in brit or english?

mudhead
2012-10-12, 18:51
Masshole vs American?

Bearpaw
2012-10-12, 19:05
Fish, that is absolutely beautiful!

Two Speed
2012-10-12, 20:49
Masshole vs American?In the inverse sense, yes.

SGT Rock
2012-10-12, 22:06
You really have some talent Fish.

Skidsteer
2012-10-12, 22:26
You really have some talent Fish.

Seriously.

fish
2012-10-14, 16:12
cheers guys,theres much i want to learn still,flint knapping,basket weaving,coil basketry.

john pickett
2012-10-15, 11:26
Hope you keep posting pictures.

Crikey
2012-10-15, 12:08
Nice staging of the photos too. That's an art in itself.

Did you make the bowl as well?

fish
2012-10-15, 14:33
Nice staging of the photos too. That's an art in itself.

Did you make the bowl as well?

yes it is called a kuksa.

see here: http://www.flickr.com/groups/1565793@N22/