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    This one is all finished, it is also available to purchase, I'll pop it on my site later.


    Lots more pictures in my Gallery

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    Will,
    you have come an amazing way in such short time. outstanding work!

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    I don't usually go in for colorful handles, but that one goes perfectly with the color/pattern of the blade. Really nice work Will.

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    Thank you Son
    Johnny, I often feel the same about unnatural colors but felt this pattern was screaming out for some bling.
    This one is now sold and will be on its way to NY soon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WillC View Post
    Thank you Son
    Johnny, I often feel the same about unnatural colors but felt this pattern was screaming out for some bling.
    This one is now sold and will be on its way to NY soon.
    Dammit!

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    Quote Originally Posted by PierreRodrigue View Post
    Looks like a series of waves in the ocean, or eddies.
    Absolutely, I was thinking it looks tidal, like with the tide pools and all!

    -hoop

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    There are teeth and some dragons and all sorts off bizarreness in there, depending on how your feeling. I have written down roughly what I did but doubt I could ever replicate it exactly. Its given me plenty of ideas for variation patterns though. I had to grind this one much more than I usually would to keep the pattern and not stretch it out too much. Normally I'll try and compress the pattern so it can be forged to shape as thats how I like to work. Next time i'll plan it a bit more like that and see what comes out. Its allways a fun time etching something when your not quite sure what you've done.
    This one is now on its way to a new owner in NY, a KKF member, so thanks KKF.

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