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Puukko by hombre-nuevo Puukko by hombre-nuevo
My last artwork^^
forged carbon steel blade, razor sharp!
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sgainbrachta Featured By Owner Nov 23, 2012
Nice! simple, functional. What a pukko is supposed to be!
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hombre-nuevo Featured By Owner Nov 24, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
thank you! I love the look of these two, the unpolished blade gives it a rustic look really beautiful! :)
it suitable for a utility knife ^^
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sgainbrachta Featured By Owner Nov 24, 2012
Exactly- it's what I really love to make- a blade to be used, and used a LOT!
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hombre-nuevo Featured By Owner Nov 24, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
I like this kind of knives too ^ ^ the knives have mirror polished blade are very beautiful but dare not use for fear of damaging them!

a knife I think it should not remain in decorating!
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sgainbrachta Featured By Owner Nov 24, 2012
Take a look at Jarkko and fengaren's knives- just the right level of pretty, not too far! Also, just generally awesome stuff, they make!

But yes- generally, I use a non-woven belt for my "finish", as it comes out to about 220 grit, but is more "brushed" than polished.
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hombre-nuevo Featured By Owner Nov 26, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
yes I know Jarkko, is too good he does is so young too!
I feel pathetic next to TT___TT

a question, how you treat wooden handles of your knives?
I impregnated with linseed oil my sleeve, is it good?
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sgainbrachta Featured By Owner Nov 26, 2012
I know! He really pushed me to do better.

I Sometimes use a tung oil, or linseed oil mix. I mix the linseed with mineral spirits, about 50%, and it cures much quicker and penetrates deeper. Tung and linseed are basically the same, except tung does not add an amber color, and costs about 4 times as much... These are great finishes, the only drawback is that to get a really great finish, they take a little time and effort- which most people don't want to bother with. Their loss, as NOTHING feels as good as a nice, oil finish.

I usually use a product called "WaterLox", something based on tung oil used as a floor finish on wood. It is amazing stuff, but I doubt you can get it there. You might be able to get CCL gunstock finish, though. It is pretty amazing stuff! It's an oil and a separate hardener- and works wonders! You can get it from www.brisa.fi , and as they are in Finland, thay can probably ship it to you easier. Another problem with waterlox is that it goes bad very quickly, once it is opened... A 1l bottle will turn into a solid lump of goo in about 60 days once it's opened!!
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hombre-nuevo Featured By Owner Nov 29, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
I have taken note of this :)
really thank you always take the time to write this, it's really nice to you :)

your indication to me are always very helpful!
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ChocoCherry31 Featured By Owner Nov 22, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Il est bien fait !!! ^^
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hombre-nuevo Featured By Owner Nov 22, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
merci!!!! :heart:
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