just checking my web stats and noticed an influx of views to my site... I guess I can only thank you chaps for that.
Its interesting to hear what people make of the knives and to be mentioned with the likes of Cut Brooklyn and Bob Kramer is in my eyes nothing but a compliment. Being in the early stages of knife making [6 months] the more feedback I receive the better.
Re 'tgraypots' comments about a farther forward balance point... I believe that i've developed this in the blok knife. Maybe you would like to try one.
Crothcipt - twitter is free and a great way for me to promote... seems i'm doing something right.
Everybody gathers influence from the people, products, companies etc. that they admire and yes, Cut Brooklyn Is one of them. That's not to say that i've not spent hours developing my own knives and practicing an art that takes years to master.
Johnny.B.Good - 10 years in the design industry means that i don't view all script fonts as the same! but hey...
thanks again chaps.
Interesting to see a few more UK knifemakers spring up. Welcome to the forum. There are some rules about advertising your work that you should note, but this is an excellent place to learn and ask questions.
Cheers Tom. Just checked out your collection! All amazing
Knives you have there. Thanks for the heads up!
Is this the old blok from the old forum?
I'm sorry if my comment offended you.
Originally Posted by blok
Welcome to the forum.
Not sure... This is the only kitchen knife forum is signed up too...
Originally Posted by schanop
No worries. Just don't want folks thinking I've just jumped into this without any thought.
Looking forward to learning more and more!
I was just noticing that you use twitter is all. I am pretty much a non twitter band wagon kinda guy. I just don't like it, but if it is working then great.
It is good to see another knife maker on the forum too!!! Hope you post more.
no worries... I guess your right, twitter is for some folks and not others!
I look forward to chatting with you!
Benjamin, welcome to the forum. Sorry for any misunderstandings.
Rick, what are your thoughts on the CB knife?