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I have had a very productive day its bucketing down with rain outside but nice and warm in here. It turned out I had a bit too much materail in the centre of my axe billet and it made the axe longer than I first planned but its turned out ok this is my second axe shaped object and first pattern welded axe. I havent heat treated either item yet so could still have a disaster and the pattern will be more vuvid after that as well

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I think they turned out well. Next time draw them wider rather than so long. It wasn't the billet you just got carried away a little is all.

The patterns came out beautifully, I'm a fan of low count high contrast. I love the pattern in the ax.

Frosty The Lucky.

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