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    A hobby for Ninetoes? :) engraving a hammer

    ok too small for Mjolnir but, scale it up?


    When the Old Guard dies,
    The cowards in the shadow rise,
    Their vile plots of cowardice and greed,
    Poison the land and nightmares arise,
    To terrorize and murder the common man.


    (and as usual, please forgive typos and crankiness if possible)

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    Re: A hobby for Ninetoes? :) engraving a hammer

    There's a show on the History Channel called "Forged in Fire" where smiths compete to first make knives which get tested for performance. The final two competitors get 5 days to build a historic weapon at home and then return to get them tested.

    I love to watch it despite the repetitive format. Seeing them build the weapons and then getting to see them used are just too much geeky fun.

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    Re: A hobby for Ninetoes? :) engraving a hammer

    Merkus
    Not seen that but do watch the one on youtube forging swords etc

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    Quote Originally Posted by Merkus View Post
    This just inspired my happy ass.

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    Re: A hobby for Ninetoes? :) engraving a hammer

    Wow, very cool!


    long long time ago...I made a battle axe out of a stainless steel flywheel I'd found (obviously nicked from local steelworks when they raided it for stuff like nickel ore, platinum points etc and dumped when they were being chased lol)
    anyway, took me 2 weeks to cut out the basic shape by hand using hacksaws, went through a hell of a lot of blades, yikes, that was TOUGH metal
    inset it with moss quartz crystals
    then spent ages carving and insetting tigers eyes into pickshaft handle (for handle) and amethyst in the pommel

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    Re: A hobby for Ninetoes? :) engraving a hammer

    this was idea I had for a hatchet, built it in 3D, would have been fun to make

    idea of hammering metal now, though, with neuropathy in hands etc...AAAAARRRRRGH!!!!!


    Moth hatchet

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