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swords

April 08, 2013


Saturday was a morning of forging swords for our oldest gladiatress's birthday gathering with her fellow warriors.
In the studio we went with drawings and size specification ... and a short time later 4 fine looking pieces were ready to be custom finished by the party goers.



The studio space worked great for them to prep, test and discuss their battle plans.







There seemed to be an edible theme to the adornments.






Like any good Clan leader I sent them off for training in the back with a few rules...
Watch your face, Not in the eyes and Careful for your fingers.  They had a BLAST!
 






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