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    Quote Originally Posted by DevinT View Post
    Two words, Don Hanson.

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    Don is beyond amazing. Without a doubt one of the best in the biz...Good call Hoss!!!

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    I like hamon as it falls into a category of unknowns, like B&W photography and other things, where do you don't quite know what it will look like until you see it.

    I haven't experimented much with hamon, but did get a wavy pattern often seen on a honyaki knives. Been thinking about doing some more, this thread makes me want to give it another try.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 99Limited View Post
    +1

    but after a while though, won't the patina mask the hamon and it becomes a faint memory?
    Not always.

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    Hmmm, that patina on that MR is comming along very nice.

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    It helps that it sees proteins almost exclusively.
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    The hamon will react differently on the hardened area of the blade as it will on the sifter steel. It is basically a really slow etch that causes patinas. It will not "hide" the patina, but it will be a different look than that of a fresh, highly polished on a blade with hamon.

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    Because of the tradition of Samurai and their swords.

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    They are pretty.

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    Here is a video of a hamon on a Japanese sword being made.
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