So, this is the trike I run round on at the moment. It started life as a yellow Reliant Rialto van, I bought it as a chassis, axle, engine, gearbox, with a front end, bench seat and a load of stuff! About 4 weeks later, having switched the insurance over from the VF trike, I took it for it's MOT which it sailed through (after the MOT tester had stopped laughing!), and on to the DVLA offices to pick up my FREE road tax disc (75% original vehicle(1973)= historic vehicle status!!). Result. It has been a fantastic workhorse, going to festivals, delivering ironwork, off road logging, camping and making me smile every day as it whisks me to the workshop and back! The buck on the back is removeable, and is replaced with a two seat bench, but as I'm single that rarely happens.
Introducing a new line of taxidermy-inspired knives and cutlery! This first run is done with stainless steel blades and bone handles. Stainless steel is not as strong or durable as carbon or Damascus steel, but will still hold a strong edge and looks highly impressive. Even so, these knives are not intended for wilderness survival use.
They are, however, perfect for everyday jobs, display, addition to part of a costume, and/or ritualistic purposes.
This one has a recycled bobcat legbone for a handle, which has a bright white finish. It's been sealed and waterproofed so it will be exceptional for carrying about on a daily basis.
Length of the blade is 3" long. It does not come with a sheath, but I can make one upon request for an additional price.
Temporary TT scale (1:120) tabletop photo scene showing my new steam powered ПК-6 crane loading coal into the tender of a ТЭ steam locomotive. The ТЭ is a former German wartime locomotive of series 52. The steam locomotive partly seen on the left hand side is the same TO as in this picture: jpachl.deviantart.com/art/Russ…
So, I got a commission to make a simple but sturdy table base to feature a VERY expensive antique slab of stone.The major difficulty was the legs had a sort of dog leg and would require four bends.Here is the jig I made to reproduce the 4 legs from 1" solid round stock,and my partner making the last of four bends.If you look closely you can see the two outer crescent shapes in the form are attached by bolts so that they can be removed to get them out of the way for the first two inner bends which are done with the same heat.Hope that helps to make sense of the image.
Another gift for you - A Preview that I took from my iPhone from my last Photoshootin in this amazing place with Walter Pellegrinii!
I am always attracted by my ADRENALINE! THAT'S FOMENTO! I was synchronizing the place, really!!! You can see from this picture that I was having NOTHING in front of me but I am an Assassin and I am afraid of nothing! This is TRUE and PERMITTED!
I am also working on the new HD videos I had and soon you will see my winning performance (2 awards) of my Edward Kenway Cosplay in Lucca Comics - on my youtube channel www.youtube.com/user/LeonChiroCosplayArt SUBSCRIVE and stay tuned! Tomorrow or Wednesday I will post the official video! Credits to Madrakele Cosplay, she took this backstage picture
--------------------------------------- Edward Kenway - Assassin's Creed IV Souvenir del Backstage per voi! Un altro pensiero regalo per voi, un'anteprima scattata dal mio iPhone durante il fantastico photoshooting con Walter Pellegrini Photography.
Sono attratto dal FOMENTO e dall'ADRENALINA! Stavo giusto 'sincronizzando' il posto, e potete vedere da questa foto che ho rischiato (e non poco) in questa foto! :') Davanti a me c'era il NULLA :') Ma sono un assassino e non temo NIENTE! Se non sono fomentato io... Beh... questo č REALE e LECITO allo stesso tempo! )
Una cosa importante! Ho ricevuto il video in HD della mia performance a Lucca. Posterņ il video sul mio canale youtube tra domani e dopodomani perciņ iscrivetevi qui e rimanete sintonizzati : www.youtube.com/user/LeonChiroCosplayArt
After forging some spoons I had an urge to make a fork and a knife companied with a bigger spoon. These went as present for my friend on his 30th birthday. The fork took some time to make but wasn't as nasty as I had suspected. Again, the material is stainless steel so these are completely usable on daily basis.