Then it took the their lives!!
I was going to just leave it at that, but I think you might want a little information about it. This is the last of the three I had been learning to carve on. I really like rounded, curvy lines in my carving/sculpting. So I think I'll stick with that for a while, until I design something a bit different. I mean I want to have more variety, its just I don't really like anything other than the curved lines. Hopefully I can come up with some designs that aren't all scale-looking.
That being said! I love this freakin' knife. My brash knife- [link]
was a bigger knife than I've been accustom to making in the past years. This knife...is even bigger than that one. Which means my pictures are even worse and I apologize for that. I promise I'm working on it.
This knife would be considered a bowie. It's big. >.< The handle is a stabilized curly maple. Was dyed red before stabilizing and at first I wasn't thrilled with the look, because it was pink, but I was able to darken the color and seal it up a bit for it to actually look red. Maybe a little bit raspberry,
I'll measure it in a moment and edit this to give you the specs. Aaand once I'm finished with work and shipping the orders for today, I'll be working on putting some of my more custom knives on my website for sale, rather than just my unique remnant knives.
Name: Blood Eater
Blade Length: 9"
Overall Length: 14 3/4"
Widest Part: 1 3/4"
Blade Material: 0-1
Handle Material: Red dyed/stabilized Curly Maple
Note: Stainless steel bolsters, with stainless steel 3/4" pins and lanyard hole. Sculpted handle creates comfortable finger grooves.Logan Pearcewww.pearceknives.com