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PostPosted: Mon Jan 30, 2012 12:04 am 
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Here is a little something I've made during the week end to give the sickle a back shield like you see with medieval swords.

First two are with the flash on, 2 last one's are without the flash.


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Hope you enjoy & thanks for looking!


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:shock: really amazing!

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Josie wrote:
:shock: really amazing!


Thank you Josie :)


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That's awesome!

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The finest craftsmanship and art ... now it is perfect, MYSTRIVEN ... :D

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janaba1 wrote:
The finest craftsmanship and art ... now it is perfect, MYSTRIVEN ... :D


Thanks Kiko Kea & janaba1,

I still need to sand off the edges of the wood , I was too anxious to show it....LOL


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Looks awesome. I wouldn't sand the edges; It add some flavor to the piece if you ask me.

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That looks great!

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Your craftsmanship is really phenomenal and I agree with trekluver re not sanding the edges. It has an authentic feel to it as is.


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Thank you Treklover, Deledrius and Zack. :)


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On a scale of 1 to 5, I give it the obvious score of 5. It is a Riven sickle after all.

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What's it made of? Looks like the sickle is shaped something (plastic? Wood? Metal?) with leather covering stitched on.. but it also looks like it's made of carved wood/plastic/metal/whatever with a stitching pattern inlaid. If it's supposed to look like leather covering, fooled me! If it IS a covering, then it worked :P

Seriously, though.. five thumbs up for that one.

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Gondar wrote:
What's it made of? Looks like the sickle is shaped something (plastic? Wood? Metal?) with leather covering stitched on.. but it also looks like it's made of carved wood/plastic/metal/whatever with a stitching pattern inlaid. If it's supposed to look like leather covering, fooled me! If it IS a covering, then it worked :P

Seriously, though.. five thumbs up for that one.


Thanks Gondar,

You can see the Sickle build here: http://mystonline.com/forums/viewtopic.php?t=25397


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The paint job did it. I guess leather isn't the word I was going for.. but I wouldn't have guessed it was cut steel outright. Just like the moiety daggers don't look it either. That paint job you do makes them look like the real things!

Now, if only I had the money to look into buying one of those things... :?

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PostPosted: Thu Mar 15, 2012 10:54 pm 
On a scale of 1 to 5, I give 6.


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