This image is a collection of Kroot Fire arms, they are starting from the top left, a Kroots knife, a Kroot pistol then from the top going down a flamer, fusion blaster and burst cannon modded for Kroot use and lastly is a Kroot rifle. I fully realize that normal Kroot don't use tau weapons, but i think they should.
i should mention the pins sticking out of my switch axe because i tried to scale it from the game it ended up weighing 40Lbs even with all the holes i cut in it to lose weight the handle is more of a decoration because it would take some intense strength to wield this from the actual handle so i put a couple pins into the axe in various positions i call then my human adaptors
This is a fantasy knife (really more like a shank) that i carved out of bone as my friend Dawn's birthday present. i used a cleaned and polished moose rib. after i finished carving, grinding, and polishing, i lacquered the bone and wrapped the grip in twine. i may make more of similar design, depending on whether or not i have more ribs of the same approximate size, shape, and curve. hope you like it!
This is the first gun I attempted to make in the steampunk style. It was a learning experience, so there are some things that ended up not exactly as I would have liked, and I'm considering taking off all the bits and pieces and using them on a new stock and barrel.
Rumor about this knife: If you close your eyes, it becomes invisible.
Name: Mako Blade Length: 4 1/4" OAL: 9 5/16" Blade Material: 5160/1075 Ladder Pattern Welded Steel Handle Material: Green Dyed and Stabilized Brain Coral Notes: Took away about a weeks worth of my life carving this with hand files.
This design was once Twisted Wing; but then I realized after making that knife, that it didn't have the same look and feel as it's sister Avatar. So I modified it a bit and now it looks like this. An upgrade that I like, because blue and green are both my favorite colors, but green is my super uber favorite color.
This is the younger sister of
Since 'Yes' won the poll, you get a preview of my precious before I send it off to get professionally photographed. Hopefully they can do a better job of capturing the awesomeness that I fail to do, because this picture does not do it justice.
I might be toning down the layer count a bit after this one. I need to use a different types of metal. I'm considering a three different metal billet so that I can capture black, gray, and silver colors in my damascus. All I know is this one, in the light will daze you for a second. >.< Which wasn't really what I was going for. I wanted darker colors, but I still love this knife.
Oh and love me on Facebook pleeease! Some of my other knifemaker friends have been threatening to add my page and stuff. I look like a total n00bsteak with only 100 people when they have like hundreds. ;_;