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How to Make a LARP Sword Frog

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This is a tutorial I made today for non-leatherworkers to get started on a simple project. Hope it can help someone.

http://hivemind.mvgc.net/BofferFrogTutorial.pdf

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How'd yours come out? :)

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tks for the step by step .

The image help a lot.

I was searching for a small carving project to begin with and the frog looks like a fun project.

Il' post pictures as soon as I finish dying.

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FOr the smaller, more elegant swords you Canadians use (Ateliers-Nemesis, Calimacil, etc.) I tend to make these frogs longer (maybe 6" wide instead of three or four) and smaller diameter, and often line them with velvet to save wear on the latex.

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I usally line my sword holder with "feutrine" (I am not sure of the correct word in english, but it is artificial felt)

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there it is, not exactly a showroom piece.

I must work on my coloring skill.

It is fonctionnall.

frog.jpg

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It'll still hold a sword, and practice makes perfect!

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Great tutorial, very thorough! Was pleasantly surprised to find this after searching for sword frogs, and can't wait to try my hand at making one.

Thanks!

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No problem man, glad it's helpful.

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Hey thanks for the tutorial!

I just made one for my husband before I saw your tutorial so mines a bit different but I like your idea of a tie down ring for the draw. Nice tutorial👍

Thanks again,

Toolingaround

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Anytime! Maybe I'll make another one for something else... Belt pouch maybe?

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