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Thread: WIPitty doo-dah

  1. #11
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    Aug 2011
    excellent job, keep it up.

    I haven't lived the life I wanted, just the lives I needed too at the time.

  2. #12
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    Chucktown, SC
    I did my Tojiro bread in zebrawood with a single brass pin. This was the first Japanese made knife, and damn was it hard to get the pins out of this thing. I think that was definitely the hardest part. I didn't keep to the same shape of the original handle, but I still like the way it came out.[IMG][/IMG][IMG][/IMG][IMG][/IMG]

    Also, a little update on my oldie Henckel. I took a lot off the sides. I had this thing way too thick and uncomfortable before. Did the tru-oil thing and sanded to 2k. A lot more of the lighter colored wood came through. This is macassar ebony(I think I called it madagascar before!)Thanks to this forum for the tips and guidance.

    [IMG][/IMG]thanks for looking

  3. #13

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    Mar 2011
    Houston TX
    These look great, and having fun is the key. Have you noticed all the little symmetry problems with that turd handle, dont make yourself crazy trying to be perfect. Like Stefan said it's personality

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    Feb 2011
    Central Jersey
    Wabi sabi bruh

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