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Carnivore

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About Carnivore

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Vernon, BC Canada
  • Interests
    Hunting, Fishing, Taxidermy

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  • Leatherwork Specialty
    Under Development

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  1. To be totally handmade they would have had to have killed the deer by hand ie: throttled it.
  2. Carnivore

    scrap works

    I love the rustic look.
  3. Very nice, I especially like the stippled background around the deer stamp.
  4. I made this notebook folder using veg-tan 4-5 oz, Tandy eco-flo water stain ( bordeaux), applied with an airbrush. The design on the front is a Triquetra symbol.
  5. Very nice work. I especially like your clever design for the closure strap, it looks a lot cleaner than using a snap or Sam Brown button.
  6. Thanks. Just regular beveling but a little heavier than I wanted.
  7. I Used a scrap piece of 9oz veg-tan to make this wall hanger for my Grandson's gaming room. Template used was a Tandy Craft-Aid. This was my first attempt at using acrylic paints on leather.
  8. Thanks, no stiffener used. The 9 oz works fine. I should have mentioned that the the spline is two pieces of 2-3oz glued back to back which makes it the equivalent of 4-6 oz.
  9. Just finished this Steno-Padfolio. Outer shell 9oz veg-tan, spline, inner shell and components 2-3 oz veg-tan. Dyed with Eco-Flo Bordeaux. Hand stitched with Tandy, waxed nylon thread.
  10. Carnivore

    The Willow hoop

    Very nice work! The only thing I would have done differently would be to have used some type of rawhide colored sinew material for the lacing. It's only my opinion but I think the white strip takes away from your excellent art work.
  11. I like using Eco-Flo. Most colors turn out well and set pretty well. I do put a coat of Resoline finish on for insurance.
  12. Just finished this sheath for a Benchmade folder. I used 5-6 oz veg tan and dyed it with Eco-flo medium brown dye from Tandy. Stitched with 6mm Tiger Thread.
  13. Edged burnished up nicely just using diluted dye and wooden burnisher.
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