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Forging a Katana from a Rusty Hook 

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@faricus27
@faricus27 Yıl önce
I love amatuer Katana forging, but this is by far is one of the best I've seen on TRvid. Great Work!
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@jimmycarburator2012
@jimmycarburator2012 5 aylar önce
>"amatuer" >has a forging press and an entire workshop of tools
@ragegauge7313
@ragegauge7313 Yıl önce
They say the soul of the Smith is reflected in their work, and that they forge a part of themselves in a truly special blade. This is undoubtedly one of those blades. Excellent work brother.
@jewellerydesignerartists9353
🙏💯❣️
@2112theoden
@2112theoden Yıl önce
It's nice to see someone actually forging the bevels on a blade. About 95% of the time they get their rough shape then go straight to the grinder. That's one of the best katana builds I've seen.
@aaravshyamalisamanta9707
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@RetardedScumbag
@RetardedScumbag Yıl önce
I used to make katanas myself but only out of Tamahagane it's a volcanic steel used for traditional katanas this one might look good but it's not a real one
@7hjm8888
@7hjm8888 Yıl önce
My friend, are you all right? I hope you and your family are happy and healthy every day!
@jewellerydesignerartists9353
❣️🙏💯
@genesanford9412
@genesanford9412 Yıl önce
Hell ya ! fukin BEAUTIFUL !
@isaacbrooks5999
@isaacbrooks5999 Yıl önce
This is one of the best forging videos I've seen. The slow-mo at 3:02 was really cool, getting to see how long it takes you to do each process was interesting, and the end product was next level.
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@user-lw2pm8iy7l Yıl önce
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@7hjm8888
@7hjm8888 Yıl önce
My friend, are you all right? I hope you and your family are happy and healthy every day!
@its_obviouz3535
@its_obviouz3535 Yıl önce
thank you for not including random background music and just using the pure sound from your process
@RoyFokker02
@RoyFokker02 9 aylar önce
You get better everytime you make a katana. I'll watch every single one you make. Awesome. Keep making Katanas please.
@abominabibble8219
And that's why PPE is important, folks. You've earned my respect just for that. Good stuff. And great technique.
@joshuagossman7219
There are so many channels that do this sort of thing, but honestly I have yet to find any that do it as well as you. The care you put into each item, with the editing quality and satisfying sounds, it's all top tier stuff! You deserve many, many more subscribers.
@weedconesuer
@weedconesuer Yıl önce
Yeah.. Whole lot of care went into that tsuka-ito lol bro too lazy to wrap a handle correctly how can the blade be any better quality? 🤣
@vamorydiaby1937
@vamorydiaby1937 Yıl önce
I have w watched a lot of forging videos you are the first to follow the traditional methods your video was great.
@swordfishtrigger
love to see a genuine hard billet/soft billet hotdog in a katana build. much respect for using the technique, and much applause for the beautiful execution!
@swordfishtrigger
laughed heartily. i just noticed you also had food hotdogs when you were tempering the heat treatment
@Gottaloveaxolotls
I’ve watched a LOT of forging videos and this takes the cake in time investment and the work is beautifully made. Good job man! Subbed now
@weedconesuer
@weedconesuer Yıl önce
Yes beautifully made with that tsuka-ito looking like it was done by a pre-schooler 💀 Just the thumbnail is enough to show you the tsuka-ito is horribly spaced to the point it makes the handle look like something youd find on a toy sword in walmart bro smfh.. Disgrace to a genuine katana
@rasse7134
@rasse7134 Yıl önce
@@weedconesuer its not like you could do any better smh
@toby_oby1284
@toby_oby1284 Yıl önce
@@rasse7134 yes you are completely right
@user-hj4kz5ev9m
@user-hj4kz5ev9m Yıl önce
@@rasse7134 ㅇ 6ㅁㅇㅅㅁ.ㅊ,ㅈㄷㅈ9ㅈ .$$
@7hjm8888
@7hjm8888 Yıl önce
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@ihorpavlovych5236
My respect for the master. Not only for the skill to create a masterpiece, but also for the ability to make the process of creation look easy-to-perform. This is inspiring!
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@purnamaalfendi1664
Lemu = menolak paham tengah
@purnamaalfendi1664
Lemu = tak sebanding data , menikah
@purnamaalfendi1664
Lemu= agama pindah di sawah
@Kratos_God_of_50_BMG
Man, you got some serious reflexes! Even with mask and goggles, that belt snap could have been disastrous 😳 Oh yeah, awesome katana too 😉
@weedconesuer
@weedconesuer Yıl önce
Not really lmao tsuka-ito looks nasty af.. Might as well have had someone with Parkinsons wrap the damn thing if it was gonna end up that janky 😂
@Kratos_God_of_50_BMG
@@weedconesuer If you didn't like it then why did you watch the video? Oh and by the way, are you basing that opinion off of your extensive knowledge of Bleach? Because that'd just make you a bloody weeaboo, and someone who Googles "katana parts" so that they can sound like they know what they're talking about.
@jeferson668
@jeferson668 Yıl önce
I wish i have that one katana 😢
@elenacoria252
@elenacoria252 Yıl önce
Presioso👍
@Kratos_God_of_50_BMG
@@jeferson668 Same!
@user-qp9mf2is5d
@user-qp9mf2is5d 9 aylar önce
本当に素晴らしい 綺麗に鍛接するのは高い職人の技術がないと出来ない! グリップもエイの革使ってるしハバキの作り方とか見ても日本刀リスペクトしてるのが伝わってくる 日本の文化に興味を持ってくれたことを日本人として感謝します
@Shi_Ro
@Shi_Ro Yıl önce
I’m japanese.I was impressed to make not only the blade but also the koshirae. It ’s a wonderful work!!
@JoelDaMan112
@JoelDaMan112 Yıl önce
That's one of the best katana builds I've seen.
@masterofcursedimages8905
pretty sure I’ve never seen such an amazing katana , this man would be a great swordsmith
@DBCraftWorld
@DBCraftWorld Yıl önce
I've made stock removal tanto few months ago and It's cool to see differences in methodology between me and you Keaton:). However some things are the same: wrapping time and hand sanding lol. Beautiful work Keaton! One of your best I think!
@FarawayForge
@FarawayForge Yıl önce
Thank you sir!
@gerhardvanstaden389
Well done man . A true blacksmith . You hit that copper to a masterpiece.
@alexandertaddy4639
The belt popping off the sander scared the shit out me, just relaxing watching this video and the craftsmanship then BANG 😂
@childofathena9420
I would say your most beautiful work yet. Such time taken shows in the excellent final product. You are impressive to watch work.
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@guilhermenogueiradossantos3806
Man, this is a such amazing job that you did, I mean we all appreciate this, the time that you've spent doing this, how can I say, what a masterpiece 👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼
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@kirsteloc
@kirsteloc 11 aylar önce
I’m impressed too
@MetalRestorationBho
I love your content. It's always relaxing and inspiring. 🥰🥰🥰
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@7hjm8888
@7hjm8888 Yıl önce
My friend, are you all right? I hope you and your family are happy and healthy every day!
@JacobE-23
@JacobE-23 Yıl önce
Thoroughly impressed with the amount of detail and work you put into this. And that you used actual techniques the Japanese used when making their katanas. Subbed
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@myname-mz3lo
@myname-mz3lo Yıl önce
he did every step wrong wtf are you on about
@JacobE-23
@JacobE-23 Yıl önce
Sure maybe the techniques he used were done differently than how the Japanese do it, but in the end the processes were basically the same and he made a nice looking sword. That's all that matters
@redwolfknives3174
Very cool build! Love the forge welding and fun video to watch! Beautiful work!
@user-lw2pm8iy7l
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@brothermaleuspraetor9505
Love your enthusiasm. Aim to be better the the last time. That is your goal. Tomorrow, you make a new goal- then you will be achieving your goals. Let the distant future play out as you go.
@brantleylangford9192
great asmr. Banging metal around puts me asleep instantly, And also nice san mai billet. Its pretty hard to work eith san mai so props on that
@BrunoMetal100
@BrunoMetal100 Yıl önce
what an AMAZING job, all that work with the little pieces...beautiful Katana!
@White_devil1980
@White_devil1980 Yıl önce
I jumped out of my chair when the belt snapped 😱 that’s happened with me and thankfully I wasn’t in the way 🥺 amazing work forging the katana 😎
@robertoday3510
@robertoday3510 Yıl önce
So rad meeting you at the Farmer's Market over the weekend. Keep up the great work!
@drift_production
can we just appreciate how long it takes for a sword to be made and how many hours this man put into the amazing work
@aaravshyamalisamanta9707
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@thomasclemons2484
Yes I can bro this why they cost so much
@thomasclemons2484
In it one video got luv it
@drift_production
@@thomasclemons2484 yeah
@bitchimdmxkkfnn4656
No kapp to us it's 21mins but he probably took like 5
@tristankramer4636
Much better than any other “katana” ive seen forged by other smiths, great job!
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@michsko0464
@michsko0464 Yıl önce
Amazing job there mate. That's a beautiful design on the Tsuba and a masterfully crafted blade.
@user-lw2pm8iy7l
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@bsenalaska
@bsenalaska Yıl önce
Excellent craftsmanship 👏🏻💯
@user-lw2pm8iy7l
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@dudemakesstuff
@dudemakesstuff Yıl önce
Amazing Katana, amazing job. How satisfying was that the habachi and the handle didn't slide loose but needed a push to fit in. I loved to know the timing notes too. Artist.
@FarawayForge
@FarawayForge Yıl önce
Thank you very much, sir! What exactly do you mean by timing notes?
@dudemakesstuff
@dudemakesstuff Yıl önce
Oh meaning I liked to know how long it took to make the several steps and pieces as well as the whole job.
@FarawayForge
@FarawayForge Yıl önce
@@dudemakesstuff Oh gotcha gotcha
@kuznets_GK
@kuznets_GK Yıl önce
Потрясающий уровень мастерства! Уровень легенда. 🙌
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@kirkdraws
@kirkdraws Yıl önce
There is a lot of channels there that made a katana but yours is litterally like the Japanese made ones cuz its like the same way they made it like you forged 2 different steel together(the soft one on the inside and hard one on the outside) and i completely respect you for making it the right way.
@johndough8115
@johndough8115 Yıl önce
You have it Reversed. The center needs to hold a sharp edge, so its made with harder and more brittle steel. The external steel is softer, allowing the sword to flex, and protecting the center from cracking. Soft steel, like stainless, or other low-carbon steels... do not hold a good edge. They are difficult to sharpen, and they dull very quickly. But... they are more flexible.. and thus, less prone to shatter / break. Hard high carbon steel... sharpens to a razor sharp edge, that you could shave your arm hairs with. That edge will last a long time... and yet, its easy to sharpen and re-sharpen. Only problem is... it does not flex much... and is more prone to cracking under impact stress. The sword is make much like a Pencil: Where a solid wooden rod flexes.. and is a dull material.. even if you try to sharpen it to a point. And the graphite lead, can be sharpened to nearly a level where it can easily puncture the skin. The wood prevents the brittle lead from easily breaking.. even when you drop it (center core is still solid). That said... Graphite is not even close to the strength of a high carbon steel core. Its just using the same principle.
@zacharyharwell351
@@johndough8115 Technically this depends on the exact construction technique being employed, but in general you actually have it backwards. You want the center to be soft to provide a rugged, durable core that is more likely to bend so that it is more likely to survive brutal abuse (bending can usually be reset; snapping can't). The edge is generally an entirely separate piece of steel OR is part of the two pieces that form the exterior sides coming together over the core.
@johndough8115
@johndough8115 Yıl önce
@@zacharyharwell351 You are wrong. Ive read up on Chinese swordmaking. The harder the steel... the sharper the edge... BUT... the more Brittle the steel will become. If you had the front edge of a sword be of the hardest of steel... the entire edge would easily shatter and crack right off. As Ive said... look at a pencil. Its a flexible wood... that surrounds the hard but brittle core. Wood itself is incapable of being sharpened to a fine point, that will be able to hold up to any stress. But the graphite lead, can be sharpened to a Needle like point... able to penetrate someones skin fairly easily. If it were the other way around... when you dropped your pencil on the floor.. the exterior lead would shatter to pieces... and crumble off of the center wood core. Again, the entire sword is made from a Mild semi-flexible steel... with a thin high carbon steel core, that can be sharped to a shaving edge. This isnt rocket science... so if someone actually has made a mistake on their "Documentary" then they are complete Idiots, that do not understand basic Logic and Physics.
@lanasmith4795
@lanasmith4795 Yıl önce
It's really interesting to see the different technique used for the bronze casting of this handguard versus the one you made of nails.
@jeremeymcdude
@jeremeymcdude Yıl önce
ngl, that's some of the best power crossfeed on a mill I've ever seen.
@sharuan
@sharuan Yıl önce
Sorry I fell asleep watching this ....it was so calming 😌
@jepoyf639
@jepoyf639 Yıl önce
Attention to detail is impressive. Kudos
@VickyShawcooksalot
Excellent work. Looks like you have done a lot of studying. While the blade may not have been done in the genuine way still the rest was done very well. Totemo subareshi.
@KXVXN_oficial25
@KXVXN_oficial25 Yıl önce
Me encantaria tener una katana echa por usted.....se nota un buen trabajo.saludos desde españa🇪🇦✌️
@ernestmathews4674
Tricky technique and careful work. Thanks for letting us watch.
@prokillerpvp
@prokillerpvp Yıl önce
WoW mi respetos, admiración y felicitaciones sorprendentes detalles, tiempo y dedicación una espectacular katana 👏👏
@jewellerydesignerartists9353
💯❣️🙏
@raymondleong3533
Wow!you have really mastered the art of Katana making. Brovo to a non-Japanese. 8 out of 10.
@taz9041
@taz9041 Yıl önce
absolute work of art I'm inspired
@user-bi4br1cc9l
@user-bi4br1cc9l Yıl önce
鉄の板をまっすぐ伸ばすだけでもすごく難しそうだ。素晴らしい。
@joetrow7913
@joetrow7913 Yıl önce
This is one of the most beautiful pieces I’ve ever seen
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@byOldHand
@byOldHand Yıl önce
ooowwww man , what was that ?!!! Gorgeous project and gorgeous work. I loved the shape of the knife, perfect slope. Thank you for sharing this with us 👏🏻👏🏻🌟⚒️🗜️
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@marvelousmemeworks1234
it would be cool to see a video about faraway forge forging a katana into a rusty hook
@Gshock034money
@Gshock034money 6 aylar önce
I am Japanese. This is not a real way of making something, but I was very interested in the fact that there is such a way of making something. Different countries have different ways of thinking and making things, but the final destination is always the same, so I thought it was good to have this way of making things. They showed me some very good stuff. Very cool!!!!!👍️👍️👍️👍️👍️
@namtech425
@namtech425 2 aylar önce
I understand that this is not the traditional way of making a Japanese Katana, but using modern steal it is way superior to the traditional swords in the us of materials, less contaminants. The end result is still a perfect sword that reflects the skill of the craftsman. I agree on this is super cool. Thank you for sharing your comments.
@fidelarobale532
@fidelarobale532 Yıl önce
Very nice piece,I love it. I’m sure that’s beautiful to hang on the nutty pine wall .
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@dariocampos7464
@dariocampos7464 Yıl önce
Bravo!!! Sorry,my english is quit poor,but your job is amazing,full of pasion. Thanks Greetings from Chile.
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@iamdisabled.1777
I salute your craftsmanship!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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@davidramey7686
@davidramey7686 Yıl önce
Totally awesome video. You are a true craftsman. Thanks for sharing
@jameswalters794
@jameswalters794 Yıl önce
Beautiful work I really enjoyed watching. Thank you 🙏
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@sahikanthimanshu5619
Some guys are so talented and hard working
@_huyngungoc5962
@_huyngungoc5962 Yıl önce
It's amazing that you can do that,i am vietnamese,i watch this video for entertainment, I wish I had the same talent as you, you're great
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@fish81099
@fish81099 Yıl önce
5:23 you used the traditional method, I appreciate that.
@EthylAlcohol-C2H6O
I'm a Japanese who knows a little about Katana. Your production process is not 100% correct. But most are correct. I've seen videos of making various Katana on other channels. In those videos, there was nothing that could be called a Katana to be honest, it was just a knife in the shape of a Katana. But your Katana is an unmistakable one, and even the Japanese swordsmith would have to admit it.
@RedundancyID
@RedundancyID 8 aylar önce
Hello, I am a Korean who is interested in swords. As far as I know, Katana is a sword used in the Edo Shogunate era to kill the opponent as quickly as possible, but isn't that sword's blade too thick for that? I think that black is more like a Korean sword for both defense and attack. That's why I thought the owner of the channel might be mistaken. If I'm mistaken, please tell me about it. Have a nice day. 😊
@Mysticmountainforge
Awesome work man as always! It turned out gorgeous!
@FarawayForge
@FarawayForge Yıl önce
Thank you sir!
@howtobehealthy8869
Wow Keaton! You're most beautiful work yet!
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@buffybufff
@buffybufff Yıl önce
Bruhhh, the slow mo at 3:02 took my breath away 😳🔥
@ericwilliams538
@ericwilliams538 Yıl önce
Man, you're fast!!...... Seriously, all jokes aside. That's pretty cool.
@johnbyrne4438
@johnbyrne4438 Yıl önce
I would be as proud of that as I'm sure you are. What I did not understand was the small pieces of cardboard incorporated into the handle wrapping.
@lizandro4
@lizandro4 Yıl önce
Congratularions, man! You are an amazing artist!
@jasonbaldini
@jasonbaldini Yıl önce
The shaping is crazy without seeing other stuff I would have thought he’s going to melt it first but that’s probably hard to melt.
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@mikethenite3914
@mikethenite3914 Yıl önce
Well done. I was missing the part with the sharpening stones
@tobeymason5761
@tobeymason5761 9 aylar önce
Dude.... that's freaking sick!!! Hella skillz!
@brokenarrow-zz7ch
This is stunning. Absolute wizard. I’m pretty badass at pencil sharpening🤣
@itzzorua5469
@itzzorua5469 Yıl önce
Amazing work, tho the blade looks a little too much bent? Or is that just how they are supposed to be? Either way amazing
@rgarlinyc
@rgarlinyc Yıl önce
Amazing. You, sir, are a master of the art!
@jewellerydesignerartists9353
🙏💯❣️
@lesgalloiseries
@lesgalloiseries Yıl önce
Watching this is incredibly satisfying.
@vladimirkovacevic1656
beautiful katana and koshirae
@user-yx7yl9kf2n
@user-yx7yl9kf2n Yıl önce
Yk what. This is the best katana build I see in a while
@GuildOfCalamity
@GuildOfCalamity Yıl önce
Excellent production quality in your videos!
@xxxshakal
@xxxshakal Yıl önce
După atâta muncă, a iesit ceva frumos. Bravo. Ai talent, răbdare, migală. Stima pentru munca depusă.
@user-lw2pm8iy7l
@user-lw2pm8iy7l Yıl önce
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@Thecando
@Thecando Yıl önce
That was exceptional… I came for the hook being reclaimed but the details of everything else was very impressive. What type of steel did the hook feel like under the hammer? It seemed like fairly tough stuff. Also, did you ever do test cutting with this sword? I would be interested to see how the HT holds up! Thanks for the video
@FarawayForge
@FarawayForge Yıl önce
It turned out to be mild steel which is why I added the high carbon core
@ilikeseals8413
@ilikeseals8413 Yıl önce
It probably wouldn't do all too well in cutting (since from my understanding it's not full tang, which means the blade doesn't run all the way through the handle. The sword is going to break if he tried to cut traditional tatami matt). But even so the result is quite amazing, the attention to detail is incredible
@TheDancingSaxophone
@@ilikeseals8413 Katanas aren’t full tang. Not traditionally, anyway! This construction is standard.
@ilikeseals8413
@ilikeseals8413 Yıl önce
@@TheDancingSaxophone well personally i wouldn't want my blade snapping half when i use it. you?
@TheDancingSaxophone
@@ilikeseals8413 … how would different handle construction make the blade snap in half?
@watashi305
@watashi305 Yıl önce
Beautiful one! Can you make an ultra tough/almost indestructible Katana, I mean the toughest metals, a lot of fold etc.?
@mrkiky
@mrkiky Yıl önce
Best you can do with modern technology would be to make it out of some spring steel like 5160 and make sure you nail the heat treatment by using a professional oven and quenching oil. Folding would be irrelevant with modern steel anyway. There are some fancier steels that were developed for knives, but I'm not sure how good they would do in sword form. It still wouldn't be "almost indestructible". It's still gonna be a sword that you should use for slicing relatively soft materials.
@watashi305
@watashi305 Yıl önce
​@@mrkiky oh, I got it, thanks!
@baTonkaTruck
@baTonkaTruck Yıl önce
Great video but I have to ask: Are those cracks/delaminations in the tang? Also, why not clean/grind off the rust from the hook before forging?
@cyansorcerer6491
Awesome work! Really love your channel.
@hellohlloo6075
@hellohlloo6075 Yıl önce
Wow! An amazing craftsman.
@donwajdat8569
@donwajdat8569 Yıl önce
Real sounds, No annoying music in the background like most videos.
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@PresbiteroCarlos1987
Eu já estava com saudades dos seus vídeos meu amigo, abraços do Brasil
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@runkurgan
@runkurgan Yıl önce
When I saw that 1084 bar I knew I was in for a treat
@tymeksondel4484
@tymeksondel4484 Yıl önce
Wow I admire tour skills hats off!
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@marklenherrera6273
Te felicito excelente tu trabajo como fabrico esa katana y los detalles más la técnica que usaste para forjar la oja eres un gran herrero
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@peterpeterpumpkineater9451
Probably a basic question, but that section you outlined and cut out, did that become the inner core of the blade?
@gilmarsantos10_knives_sheep
COMO A CURVATURA DELA NÃO FOI POR EMPENO NA HORA TÊMPERA, É SIMPLESMENTE UMA ESPADA BONITA. GOSTEI.
@komah
@komah 11 aylar önce
Noice work. A shame you don't use the hamon technic to obtain a natural curb induced by the difference of temperature cooling during the quench. It's a quench in water thought. Not in oil.
@SunThiaraju
@SunThiaraju Yıl önce
it's so beautiful... congratulations, what camera do you use to record?
@jesusjackson951
@jesusjackson951 Yıl önce
Whoa!! Spectacular!!! Nice katana!! I like so much this weapon!! 😁😁😁👍👍👍
@weshayward7939
@weshayward7939 Yıl önce
Dude! You freaking killed it
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@mattbarrett41
@mattbarrett41 Yıl önce
I love the build. The only thing that gives me pause is the length of the tang. I’m a little concerned that the handle will crack with testing. With that said, your finish work is far better than mine.
@realist8967
@realist8967 6 aylar önce
I thought the same thing. Great display piece, though.
@semideus_zs
@semideus_zs Yıl önce
Top excelente serviço
@user-ww1on2rt7j
@user-ww1on2rt7j Yıl önce
هدا هو الفن الجميل متعة العين ثفاء الروح اليوكا في اجل اتقاناتها انت فنان نجم في العلالي تسلم الايادي صلا والسلام على العربي الله يحفضك وتدينا مزيد من اللوحات برافو برافو كو ٢ شابوا
@dongkuri00
@dongkuri00 Yıl önce
멋지네요. 다음 작업 때에는 칼집도 만들어 주세요.
@darwinaulestia1812
That's putting enthusiasm into work. wow!! what a master job. I would like to make a sword with you, so you can teach me. how long did it take you to make that katana?
@mrkiky
@mrkiky Yıl önce
it says at the end it took 250 hours over the course of 7 weeks
@erickmilcetic6734
MAD skills! Excellent job!
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