Very nice work there! I like the acrylic ones and the idea that you now have the tweezers and toothpick figured into them! Do you have the "Plus" scales and staight pin ones yet? If so, can you post a few pics showing them? I like the "Plus" scales alot!
Woooooow! AMAZING WORK!! Many thanks for sharing! I'm only part way done, but I hope to see the inside of some of these scales if you have pics.Sent from my Nexus 4 using Tapatalk
Have you or are you going to try them on 111mm?
is the zebrawood tinker still available?. Awesome!
Another Spartan, this time the first one I did in acrylic. This was for a very good friend in California, sadly it got stolen in transport. I still think it's one the best SAKs I did and it hurts me that it's in the hand of some crook...(Image removed from quote.)(Image removed from quote.)(Image removed from quote.)(Image removed from quote.)(Image removed from quote.)
Some acrylic. This is a blue acrylic Rambler I did this summer.(Image removed from quote.)
very nice! congrats!
You're work really is amazing! Hats off to you. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
This is truly amazing, inspirational and beautiful work. And I was excited when I got my United Woods set by Wenger.I should have come to you.BTW - You say you like the wenge wood - It does look pretty niceHave you made a Wenger in wenge? One wee question: I assume you glue the scales onto the knives?? Epoxy ?Cheers and keep up the good work.
Tinker in black/yellow acrylic.(Image removed from quote.)
Quote from: MWDP on January 04, 2014, 01:01:51 PMTinker in black/yellow acrylic.Wow! Bantam (with T&T) + Scissors + This (or even some orange and black acrylic) and I would be a happy, albeit broke, fella! You taking custom orders? lol
Tinker in black/yellow acrylic.