ryankim3612

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About ryankim3612

  • Rank
    Member
  • Birthday 07/16/1964

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    USA. Cali. Bay Area.
  • Interests
    Metal working, Cargo-bikes, E-bike, Hang/Para gliding, Kid-rear'n, Wife-serv'n.

LW Info

  • Leatherwork Specialty
    Making scrap outta perfectly good pieces (sigh)
  • Interested in learning about
    ....something worth posting here....someday...

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  1. DF, You are an INCREDIBLE artist! Great great great job!!! I quit! ha! Thank you for sharing.
  2. New wallet

    super nice work! question: What is the thickness of the pieces?
  3. Getting started: first handbag

    Really beautiful. (I think I will sell all of my leather working tools now. I am not worthy.!) Hahaha Your work INSPIRES me! Thank you for sharing.
  4. Shoemaking! [first ever shoe I made]

    GREAT JOB! I bought some videos on making shoes, but I'm still too chicken!! hahaah
  5. new tool bag

    THAT is a great bag! Very cool! Thank you for sharing. I have been wanting to make a stout work bag, and it inspiring to SEE one!
  6. Cowboy Cb4500 And Custom Stand For Sale So Cal $2500

    Is this machine still up to be sold?
  7. Tooled Holster

    Josh you are a true artist. Diddo on the stitching too. Thank you for posting
  8. Just straight up ART! Wonderful work sir!
  9. Shooter, FANTASTIC art there sir! Just beautiful work...I quit!! (ha! JK)
  10. First Project: Knife Pouch

    Good looking workmanship ChiefStealth. I have always liked the good old Sam Brown button.
  11. Great idea, and even better tooling! Thank you for sharing.
  12. Hello Asoupley, Your belts and holsters are Beautiful! (Prepare for stupid question..here it comes..) Question: do you mold prior to stamping the basket weave? Or stamp the basket weave, and then mold the gun? I saw you holsters, and -being that I've never done anything but a couple of belts-was wondering what came first? Great work, and thank you for sharing. It motivates me to try something new. Cheers
  13. Thank You!

    THAT is something I did not know (like alot of things).......Thank you Junkie
  14. Mini Solo Bag Prototype

    What a really smart suggestion. I have allot to learn.......