I'm definitely interested in trying the knife out!!
There are some incredibly talented artists here. And I really do think of y'all as artists.......... Best thing is, ya'll make functional art. I appreciate both the functional and artistic aspects. I think we all do.....if we didn't, we wouldnt have damascus blades, handles of teeth, mokume, silver, exotic woods, burled this and exotic that. Personally, I can't wait to see what you'll come up with next.
Just my opinion.
Interested in trying this out.
Mike, I can't wait to see what you have coming. May it be a great expense of knives.
Mike this is a real nice looking knife. My very first thought when seeing the finished version is a Fish handled Carter funayuki. It's very nice to my eyes.
Thanks guys, i hugely appreciate it
I also would like to add, that i am excited to see what you guys think about the performance of this knife, as it is my 4th gyuto, and i need the feedback. Until i made the Gyuto for Mark, i had only seen them in a picture, and then, only one. I enjoy making kitchen knives, and have every intention of continuing!
Hey guess what steel takes a legendary patina?
That is one day, AT HOME, folks.
God I wish I bought that knife!
Weird, my 98mm slicer...I mean necker that Mike made hardly has any patina after eight whole hours of having it....
I think I have a problem. I get a necker and still use it in the kitchen.