RevMoore

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  1. RevMoore

    Lone Ranger

    Looks awesome. Do you have any pics from the front and back, just want to see how it is all held together?
  2. RevMoore

    Sheaths for Drunk Pandemic Online Buys

    Thanks Grey. I used the rings since I think I may eventually make a gridle/warbelt (think renn faire costume) to strap it onto. Plus, with it being put together with Chicago screws and only using semi-permanent lock tight, I can always replace the rings with a more traditional leather belt loop at a later date.
  3. So, here are some sheaths I made for some drunken pandemic purchases from CRKT. Tomahawk sheath is still a bit tight around the handle. Put together with Chicago screws and hand stitching. Tried something new with the Provoke (the Kramabit). Wet molded it using my vaccuum sealer I bought for my sou vide machine (cooking stuff). Had to put a thin piece of trash leather "face to face" with the leather so that it didn't take the texture of the inside of the vaccuum sealer bag. Question I had for the more experienced, is when wet molding and tooling, which order does it go in. Do you wet mold and then tool while the leather is still on the "mold"? Or do you tool the leather and then delicately wet mold? Either seems difficult. p.s. sorry the pics are poor quality. still working out the kinks of using http://shrinkpictures.com so i can upload more than one at a time.
  4. RevMoore

    Hello

    Here is some sheaths for an axe and my Yarbrough. Having trouble with my pic file sizes, but I'll post more pics when i can. Feel free to give my constructive criticism on any and all. I feel that every thing I make is just practice and none end up perfect, but I guess that's why I do it as a hobby and not a profession...
  5. RevMoore

    Hello

    Hello, I haven't been on the site for a long while and am not sure if I made my introduction (I think I signed up while I was downrange wishing I could work on some leather projects). A friend got me into leather working and showed me a couple of things but for the most part I am self/internet taught. Below are a couple of old projects I worked on. The belt was hand tooled and hand paint for my son (he barely ever wore it...). The sleeve is an ongoing project I have been working on for years. I has a lot more to it not, but I'll post pics when I download them off my phone. The third is a roll bag I made for all of my punches. Ill post few more pics in the comments (if I can) as I reached my size limit in the post..