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    Senior Member Johnny.B.Good's Avatar
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    I can't help you Bulldog. Posted a few pictures myself last week that were full size on my computer and no larger than yours here. Maybe to be large they need to be hosted on another site (e.g. Picasa, ImageShack, etc.).

    Is that an ironwood handle?

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    Instead of "inserting" an image into the post use the "manage attachments" feature in the advanced settings. This will show a thumbnail that will show a full size image when clicked on. The downside is that you can't use this feature to insert an image within text to use an aid to describe something at a particular place, it'll always show at the bottom of the post instead.

    I'll go look in the backend and see if I can make the insert image feature show larger images but even if I do get this working it won;t show a huge image since I can't allow an image so large that it will skew the forum appearance when shown. So if you have a real large image it'll still get significantly downsized.

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    I understand you have to have size limits Dave.

    Thanks for the tips...will give it a shot next time I post a picture.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bulldogbacchus View Post
    Attachment 5426
    5.56 MB jpg...this file is huge on my computer....28% of it fills the whole screen. I dont know how to make them bigger on here.
    Looks great, is that a poplar saya and the classic horn/spacer/ironwood Marko handle?

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    I will chime in on it. It's a select grade poplar, Arizona desert ironwood handle with nickel silver spacer and buffalo horn ferrule. Pin is macassar ebony. Knife is 240mm on the edge.

    This knife is one of a few that came after practicing knives, but were not a part of custom orders. I guess I can call them stock knives. I will be putting them out once I finish them. I still have 2-3 of those.

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    Images

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    Classic Marko horn, spacer, ironwood. I am not certain of the saya wood....

    I still cant get the pics to be as large as some......may be because my thumbnail is stuck up my @$$.......I knew someone was gonna say it, just beat them to it.
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    Some completed custom work. All are Shigefusa knives.

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  8. #108
    With all due respect to the other makers...I have to say that I am the most impressed with what I see from you. Clean, elegant and sexy come to mind as descriptives. As always, thank you for sharing your work so that I can dream of a day when I may ask you to make something .

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    too dark to take a good picture, but could not resist.240..

    240mm DT gyuto w/redwood set

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