fgabesz

Steampunk Style Bowie Sheath

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fgabesz   

At last I have managed to complete another knife sheath. I was doodling around with this work for quite a long time. The knife, the excellent work of Marton Tombor, is a bowie that I received for "dressing up". I deem this knife to be a rather exclusive piece, so I didn't want to make a simple fold-over sheath, but had problems with choosing the right style for it. I opted for a mixed style, one that "has place for everything". The world of steampunk has an allure to me, so I wanted to incorporate it on the sheath somehow.

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Beautiful. I think you hit the mark.

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Rohn   

Beautiful. Nice work as usual. I like it.

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That is a sweet sheath. What is the pale material?

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fgabesz   

Thanks!

That is a sweet sheath. What is the pale material?

Roe rawhide.

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Unusual. That is lovely work I like it a lot.

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Wow, VERY cool! Looks awesome.

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Bruce H   

Cleaver...a sheath in a sheath.

The knife is of very nice crafsmanship!!!!

Both are well done and compliment each other perfectly!!!!

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I like that!

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A jockstrap knife sheath with a rawhide inlay?

I love it, brilliant.

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badass man.

I concur!

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TigerPal   

A great piece of work!!!

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Is there a tutorial or could you show how you did the inlay?

That is some serious detail work. Truly impressive.

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fgabesz   

Thank you for everybody!

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Nice!!!!!!

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I gotta jump in there too ! I'm very pleased with the design and disipline you show in this sheath !

You certainly holding your standards to a very high quality ! --- Wild Bill46

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fgabesz   

Thank you Bill! Thanks All!

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Matt750   

The details are amazing... as a novice I find myself wondering all the different steps and the order you did them. It's like a puzzle in my brain haha. Very nice!

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