I’m Making a Legendary Longsword (Sold $65,000)

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LockPickingLawyer 6 aylar önce
I’ve always been captivated by watching skilled craftsmen, but this is on a different level. It was an absolute joy to watch you pour your soul into this masterpiece. Thank you for sharing.
Harron Lor
Harron Lor 14 gün önce
@lockpickinglawyer I've been watching your channel for a while and this is the first I've seen you comment on some other channels that's pretty cool love your channel
sheffieldgeek 15 gün önce
OMG @KyleRoyerKnives just got @LockPickingLawyer's seal of approval.... The blade's value has appreciated by two folds at least.
EbonyPope 18 gün önce
I absolutely love your lock picking channel. Always fascinating to see pros at work. If you like guitars and guitar repairs is recommend to you the channel twoodfrd and Stringtech Workstation. Is a joy to see people revive music history and show their skills.
gregorius 19 gün önce
​@Rubens Guerra >]) pool[[[o I[⁰ⁿ pop0⁰
Lamecgod 21 gün önce
@Rubens Guerra don’t steal or break my lock
Christopher Doney
Christopher Doney 2 aylar önce
I just came across this video and halfway through I was in awe of your skill and craftsmanship. One could only try to get into your mind for a day and see how it works because that's what it would truly take to make something like this . Thank you for sharing
Mike Adkins
Mike Adkins 2 aylar önce
Absolutely gorgeous. I would say, that is the best looking sword I have ever seen. Amazing
Tdubya48 Aylar önce
Man what a beautiful sword!!! I've watched a lot of sword-making videos and that is the prettiest sword I've ever seen!!! Well done Sir!!!
Julio Pires
Julio Pires Aylar önce
Incrivel o trabalho de vcs !Parabéns a vc e sua família ! Nem ouso perguntar quanto vale um trabalho desses ...
Philipp GPunkt
Philipp GPunkt 5 aylar önce
This man has his Damascus better planned out than most people have their lifes figured out.
Artur Grochola
Artur Grochola 21 gün önce
@UltraGamma25 its fine leave him alone
Okami 21 gün önce
@UltraGamma25 Its him, leave fine alone
King Slayer
King Slayer 2 aylar önce
Leave him, it’s fine alone
Giles Ewing
Giles Ewing 2 aylar önce
100s of generations of machinists worked on his sword
Kapil R.
Kapil R. 2 aylar önce
@UltraGamma25 I like bobs 😏
Eric Hayes
Eric Hayes Aylar önce
That’s amazing, so much talent.
Brent Postlethwaite
A blade worthy of Publius Varrus himself. A lot of Sword making videos I end up fast forwarding, but I sat enraptured watching every minute of your craftsmanship. Truly breathtaking work, can't wait to watch more of your videos.
Lorraine Watkins
Lorraine Watkins Aylar önce
22:32 this is how you smile after making a beautiful piece of art
Pistol Pete
Pistol Pete Aylar önce
This is the true form of beauty ❤
Luke Johnson
Luke Johnson 5 aylar önce
I don’t know how this got recommended to me but this was one of the most beautiful goddamned pieces of art I’ve ever seen. I feel like this thing is worth well over $100k, the person who bought this definitely got a bargain.
alexlabs4858 22 gün önce
Same here. Not sure how it was recommended but man am I glad it was.
o 28 gün önce
@tehpwnzor1337 It's functional but isn't supposed to be used It's a piece of art if artists vomiting on a canvas can sell for millions (probably money laundering tbf) i don't see how this sword isn't worth 100k+
Decyfer Aylar önce
I don’t comment on a lot of videos, but damn does that sword look beautiful. I can’t believe how amazing that Damascus pattern came out. Great job! Your attention to detail is outstanding
Gage Stewart
Gage Stewart 2 aylar önce
@marek newman You're thinking in terms of only practicality in which case, yes, you can get a significantly more practical sword for much less than 65k. However, this is not just a sword but a piece of art. I doubt it will ever even see a cutting mat, let along bottles or pumpkins.
Adawg 303
Adawg 303 4 aylar önce
@Austin Owens Agreed 100%. This sword will be a timeless masterpiece, and in 1000 years from now it probably will be in a museum, regarded as the greatest most beautiful sword of all time
Kim Hvidtfeldt
Kim Hvidtfeldt 2 aylar önce
Just an amasing thing of art. Wow 😲
digital masters
digital masters 2 aylar önce
this guys skills are on another level, truly amazing work.
Chris Garifo
Chris Garifo Aylar önce
Beautiful blade!
Ahmed Adly
Ahmed Adly Aylar önce
That is a hell of a cool sword!
Andrew Steen
Andrew Steen 6 gün önce
When I see craftsmanship this detailed, all I can think about is imagining offering it to a King or Queen as a symbol of peace/goodwill. This is truly breathtaking! ❤
Darkosan Aylar önce
I wanna hear the legend. Your sword can't be legendary unless it has a legend.
Adrian Daminescu
Adrian Daminescu Aylar önce
I don't think Excalibur was as perfect as this one. Finally... the real sword "Escalibur" was found!. I'm proud of you Kyle!!! You deserve all the admiration of the world!
franc4152 Aylar önce
With this project only he’s making 15k $ per month. Impressive!
Adam Taylor
Adam Taylor 3 aylar önce
This is a type of sword that gets passed down through the generations within a family. Then over time ends up in a museum. Excellent work.
HS 14 gün önce
​@Adam Taylor No the hell they were not. Not a single sword was designed to cut through plate mail.
Nunya Business
Nunya Business 25 gün önce
Or sold for a bag of pot by some lazy ungrateful brat who just wanted to piss off his dad by selling his cool sword.
Michael 25 gün önce
I hope nobody from Iran, Russia, North Korea, Iraq, afghanistan, lybia or Syria will buy it. Because in those countries it will get one day robbed by US Army.
iago mello
iago mello 29 gün önce
Or end up in a vegas pawn shop with a TV show
Ed Wells
Ed Wells Aylar önce
@Jason Ross Katanas are a meme bro. Drop the anime
Shawn G
Shawn G Aylar önce
There are many individual elements that I normally find aesthetically displeasing, but when you bring them all to together...*Mwah* chef's kiss. A blade worthy of its name.
Fjewt 2 aylar önce
i wonder how long this would take in the time a sword likes would be used
American Patriot
American Patriot Aylar önce
Wow! Look's awesome. 👍😊⭐
pellenev 2 aylar önce
This is beyond beautifull! The old crusaders are lying in their graves with a boner just thinking of this sword :D
Johannes Jørgensen
Johannes Jørgensen 5 aylar önce
When the sword was assembled and “done” but not quite finished I thought “damn that looks good” but when you did the final polishing, giving the guard, spacer and pommel that deep dark but super reflective look my jaw was left hanging. That display of the actual finished weapon was nothing short of euphoric.
c3bhm 4 aylar önce
That's the 'bluing' that guns used to get, like the PPK or the HiPower or a S&W .44 magnum. Nowadays Glocks/etc. have a different treatment that's more durable. But bluing is much much prettier. It wears off though, over time/usage/rubbing.
Luciano Paciornick
Luciano Paciornick 4 aylar önce
Same, every word.
Noxictyz 5 aylar önce
Totally agree I was blown away.
Enel 5 aylar önce
Lito Mundlovo
Lito Mundlovo Aylar önce
Amazing pattern
Walton Huggins
Walton Huggins 2 aylar önce
Amazing to watch someone so passionate and skilled work on something amazing like this! On another note… Damn I bet your posture is terrible after spending all of those years behind a grinder!
Walton Huggins
Walton Huggins Aylar önce
@Reàch mè on Nicègràm 👉Prof_Hoff stop scamming
Jason Whitaker
Jason Whitaker 3 aylar önce
the client for this sword got an absolute steal/bargain ..... the detail and craftsmanship is unparalleled. Congratulations on such exquisite work!
sittingduck Aylar önce
That price though! I bet whoever bought it is ecstatic that they got this level of craftsmanship for such a great price.
sittingduck Aylar önce
Telegram = Scam
Keith Carter
Keith Carter 5 aylar önce
This is without a doubt the most beautiful blade I’ve ever seen. Completely blown away by your level of craftsmanship. I had not heard of your channel until you popped up on my recommends. I honestly thought it was click bait at first but after watching this I think the blade should be in a museum. Seriously, amazing work.
Cyber 104
Cyber 104 3 aylar önce
Check out tyrell knifeworks damascus katana its another unbelievable peice
Yvan961 4 aylar önce
If you like how swords are crafted, you should check out the documentary on how the last samurai sword was crafted with the old technique, you're going to be blown away.. and YES! I agree this sword is a masterpiece as much as an oeuvre d'art.
Chris Foster
Chris Foster 5 aylar önce
Check out the video making the heretic sword….come back and see if your answer changes hehe…
WJC jc
WJC jc 5 aylar önce
yeah same for me
Enel 5 aylar önce
Zandi Viljoen
Zandi Viljoen Aylar önce
Some videos on TRvid I wish I could like more than once, this is one of them. I made my first knife earlier this year (was also a himeschooled kid but I'm studying engineering now) and I'm hooked. Just waiting to be paid for my job so I can buy materials to make the next one! 😁
Peculiar Games
Peculiar Games 3 aylar önce
Your art elevates us as a species. I have watched these multiple times. Thank you.
KyleRoyerKnives 3 aylar önce
Hey Thanks my friend Dad
El Brando
El Brando Aylar önce
This is an absolut beauty of a blade and the damascus pattern is perfectly planned out. But at what point does it go from being a "Master Blade Smith" to "Master Blade Grinder"? Don't take me wrong, I watch nearly all of his videos and admire his craftmanship, but is this really smithing anymore?
Joe 24 gün önce
I've been watching videos like this for years (thanks Forged in Fire) now. I have never had one in which the process and the outcome gripped me on such an emotional level. You could feel the patience and passion from Kyle, the quality of the video and music in it was top notch. Then there's the finished masterpiece. That is the most stunning sword I have seen. Just inspiring, you should be proud.
TennoHack 3 aylar önce
This is, by FAR, the best Damascus Steel pattern I've EVER seen
Optimus Crime
Optimus Crime 13 gün önce
Absolutely bananas
Jeremiah Schreffler
Jeremiah Schreffler 15 gün önce
@Einfach Fredhaft Gaming I keep hearing reference to this katana can someone post a link I could Google and look for it but a link would be helpful for everybody
Hotline 28 gün önce
Blackout Arts
Blackout Arts Aylar önce
It would be a dream to learn how to do what this guy does, I've always loved seeing the process of making, shaping, hammering and basically all the process that comes with making a sword or a tool in general. the pattern is so beautiful for lack of a better word. I wish I could learn just a fraction of what he does. Very very impressive work.
Daniel Tejada
Daniel Tejada Aylar önce
Don't think I've ever seen a sword made this good and with such exquisite detail, and I've seen hundreds of videos like this. Truly unbelievable
Cyrus the Great
Cyrus the Great 13 gün önce
That works - Sword of the Year It's even more impressive It took him almost a year
Malinois attack
Malinois attack 28 gün önce
Meinen Respekt! Ein echtes Schmuckstück und eine tolle Handwerkskunst. Weiter so 👍 💪 🇩🇪.
Devil6 26 gün önce
I have seen a lot of smiths make videos on swords, it's always captivating to watch them work and create the swords they do, this was not captivating, this was awe inspiring, I have never seen a sword made with this level of detail and skill. aboslutly stunning.
Cristian Jerez
Cristian Jerez 3 aylar önce
A sword so beautiful that if were to walk around with it on ancient times, people would straight up think its enchanted.
Ralph m
Ralph m 17 gün önce
Turns out if you poke them a bit, they'll think whatever you want.
k p
k p 29 gün önce
I only wish the video was 4k
noel timm
noel timm 29 gün önce
just what Iwas thinking
Attempt Aylar önce
@Darth KEK Agreed,
Darth KEK
Darth KEK Aylar önce
@Attempt I do, I mean genuine historical swords were really low-quality in terms of engraving, the fuller basically NEVER being straight, the blades rarely or never being fully flat, etc., Tod's Workshop has a great video on it, he makes modern replicas and he has to make them of a MUCH higher detail quality and precision otherwise they won't sell and would just look low quality - but he realises its not really accurate and he shows loads of examples including royal arms. THIS sword, the one in the video, is magic.
Len Willie
Len Willie Aylar önce
Ali Aria
Ali Aria Aylar önce
Pfiouuuuu , verryyyyyy High level of perfection. thank you for this show.
Al Wegner
Al Wegner 3 aylar önce
That is the most stunning sword I’ve ever seen I hope to start making knives soon and get to your skill level eventually
JJ Stewart
JJ Stewart 2 aylar önce
That is the most unbelievably beautiful sword I have ever seen, I wouldn’t have wanted to hand it over to whoever commissioned it
Jeremy Michael Stage
Jeremy Michael Stage 5 aylar önce
The whole time watching this, I kept thinking to myself that this is the most beautiful sword I have ever seen in my life, and I’m so happy to come to the comments after watching the video and see that so many people feel the same way. This thing is spectacular!
abul hosen
abul hosen 4 aylar önce
Embreis 5 aylar önce
Arthur would set the world ablaze just to get his hands on this sword. imagine his blacksmith had been able to watch this clip
KyleRoyerKnives 5 aylar önce
Thanks jeremy Glad you’re here Dad
Lone Shinobi
Lone Shinobi Aylar önce
War Robots - Apollyon1974
I have always had a passion for bladed weapons and i've seen some pretty amazing work, but that pattern you developed ... I am awe stricken. A true Master of your Craft and an Artist the likes of which I have never seen. Thank You!🤯🤯
FuzzyMicrobe_G3 2 aylar önce
A true master of his craft - this is true art. I'm so glad that everything turned out beautifully for you.
MrAngelus4777 2 aylar önce
Congratulations, I've just found your channel and it brings me joy to see this amazing result. Nice job !
Mark Butterworth
Mark Butterworth 6 aylar önce
This is like Elven work out of Tolkein. Otherworldly in execution. Kyle's experience from forging Damascus into patterns and knowing they will bloom as he imagines is incredible.
david gustafsson
david gustafsson 4 aylar önce
Phil Giglio
Phil Giglio 5 aylar önce
My thoughts were not Lord of the Rings but Eragon each sword had a magical quality about it
Leto Verheij
Leto Verheij 5 aylar önce
@Sàdék __ so true it would take infinitely longer because they just use hammers and how would you cut the steel as he did .. probably be impossible
DanielJJ 5 aylar önce
Nah! This is work worthy of Telchar of Nogrod. It is said that In the tempering of steel alone of all crafts the Dwarves were never outmatched even by the Noldor. This guy outmatched them.
ryn 5 aylar önce
@Sàdék __ it was more common for smiths of the medieval period to have many more helping hands than smiths of today, given that it was a bigger industry. a smith with several apprentices, a lot of skill, and specialty tools, could probably get it done in a reasonable time. there are some amazing looking swords and armor sets from the 15th and 16th century.
arquloc0 89
arquloc0 89 2 aylar önce
Absolutely stunning piece of art. If i were rich i would have payed much more. Truly amazing craftmansship. I would have loved even more pictures and slow mo at the end though 😍
Kate Morris
Kate Morris 2 aylar önce
As a general machinist by trade watching your level of skill and craftsmanship in this project was riveting! Congratulations on your hard work and incredible attention to detail.
toughluck8012 2 aylar önce
Congrats man, this is an awesome thing to do and I'm glad your work paid off
Where's Waldo
Where's Waldo 14 gün önce
Dude wish I could buy one of these incredible pieces. I've always been mesmerized by knights and medieval art.
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Dt o
Dt o 2 aylar önce
Man you’re work is amazing. And the way you make these videos is top notch. Keep setting that bar high, we sure enjoy seeing it happen 👍🏻.
Matt 2 aylar önce
What a piece of art it turned out to be. Beautiful. It is so beautiful and precisely made, no medieval sword would be able to compare in terms of beauty. Upper quality swords in medieval times were part of a knight's identity, taken everywhere, and passed as an heirloom, from grandfather to father to son and so forth. This sword would be a proud heirloom indeed. I never knew it took so long to make a really proud sword, that could pass as a true knight's heirloom. If a master smith needs 4 months of full time effort to make 1 proud piece, how much longer would a master smith have needed to make a knight's family sword in medieval times. It might have taken a smith years to make 1 really good sword.
Shadi Saab
Shadi Saab 3 aylar önce
WOW! Man, this is the best sword-making video I've ever seen! What a labor of love resulted in such a magnificent sword! I appreciate your sharing.
Joe Stapes
Joe Stapes 3 aylar önce
Honestly never seen better craftsmanship in my life. That sword is stunning.
Joe Robilotta
Joe Robilotta Aylar önce
Amazing work Kyle
r0075 3 aylar önce
what an amazing build! I thought I would get bored by the process and skip all around but I was hooked from the very beginning! Kyle, the Excelsior is a beautifully crafted sword! Well done!
Laveluvcrew 2 aylar önce
You clearly put a lot of love and passion into your work and it shows! With all the videos of people just yelling at each other, it's so refreshing to watch someone share what they love to do. Awesome work my man! 👊
Kaustubh Kamlakar
Kaustubh Kamlakar 29 gün önce
This should go in a museum. You did a splendid job on this, it really is a work of art.
SuXXoR 4 aylar önce
I feel like it's hard to find a blade worthy of a king. You made a blade for which you'd have to find a worthy king. Absolutely stunning work.
SavSpicious 2 aylar önce
@Luís Duarte its 2022 bro no ones using swords to fight 💀💀 nothing wrong with a pretty sword, honestly looks super fun to make from an artists perspective
Bambuskus505 2 aylar önce
@Luís Duarte you're starting to sound like one of those woke snowflakes that complain about cultural appropriation when he was really just trying to *appreciate* it.
SuXXoR 2 aylar önce
@Luís Duarte ​ @Luís Duarte I'm not even American, but go ahead about how I'm wrong and know nothing. Then please, enlighten me. Which army still has a standing formation of swordsmen that aren't just for ceremonial purposes? Which king still rides sword in hand into battle, in front of his armed forces? Yours?
Luís Duarte
Luís Duarte 2 aylar önce
@Bambuskus505 nothing matters of what you Said! Swords in europe are respected even today! Thats why we get mad to see these coments of lunatics of game of Thrones! Its a beautiful sword indeed,its a super job indeed, but its not about the man or the work that um talking about!
Luís Duarte
Luís Duarte 2 aylar önce
@SuXXoR realy? Uau 🤣 You muricans realy known nothing! There is swords that are still used to many things! But stay with that argument!
Average Joe
Average Joe 3 aylar önce
I’m actually surprised it went for such a “low” price. This was literally a kingly blade. Considering it is also art (and ridiculous ink-blot paintings can go for over a million dollars) I sincerely thought it would sell for triple that price or far better. Anyway, I’m happy for the gentleman, and look forward to seeing his next sword project.
Average Joe
Average Joe 11 gün önce
@Connor Pollard I'm surprised at your assumptions. I, and many others here watch literally countless hours of videos involving crafting and blacksmithing from a wide variety of artisans. I personally have been doing so for over ten years. Many people here are of similar mindset. It is our passion, and I stand by my comments on this topic. I wouldn't be so quick to assume anything.
Cyrus the Great
Cyrus the Great 13 gün önce
@testwordz what the video sword of the year by YT channel That Works. That sword is even more impressive and beautiful than this.
Connor Pollard
Connor Pollard 14 gün önce
@Average Joe my comment is literally about us not having a clue from watching a 40 minute video. It’s you lot who are in the ‘know’
Average Joe
Average Joe 14 gün önce
@Connor Pollard As you are clearly an expert, please feel free to educate all of us. Possibly, also provide your many years of financial and assessment wisdom to the craftsman, Mr. Kyle Royer, that created this artistic blade. Who knows, maybe he’ll decide to hire you to represent him in his future endeavors?
Connor Pollard
Connor Pollard 14 gün önce
Not necessarily worked on it everyday for months, you guys watch a 40min video from 4 months of work and assume all kinds of shit when in reality you have no clue
Foxay 26 gün önce
Amazing sword! Great skills I’m shocked a sword built like that sold for 65k I’d expect that’s to be double !!!
Todd Bernal
Todd Bernal Aylar önce
My god!!!! Whoever got this for 60 got a steal!!!!!!!! This shits priceless!!!!!!!
Manuel Luis
Manuel Luis 25 gün önce
Parabéns pelo excelente trabalho. Simplesmente magnífico. Um grande abraço de Portugal.
only9letters 5 aylar önce
I've watched this for 40min straight, and I still feel like I missed the part where making this was possible... That is just unreal and incredible 🙌
Ben C
Ben C 5 aylar önce
This world is rapidly passing away and I hope that you repent and take time to change before all out disaster occurs! Belief in messiah alone is not enough to grant you salvation - Matthew 7:21-23, John 3:3, John 3:36 (ESV is the best translation for John 3:36) if you believed in Messiah you would be following His commands as best as you could. If you are not a follower of Messiah I would highly recommend becoming one. Call on the name of Jesus and pray for Him to intervene in your life - Revelation 3:20. Contemplate how the Roman Empire fulfilled the role of the beast from the sea in Revelation 13 over the course of 1260+ years. Revelation 17 confirms that the beast is in fact Rome. From this we can conclude that A) Jesus is the Son of God and can predict the future or make it happen, B) The world leaders/nations/governments etc have been conspiring together for the last 3000+ years going back to Babylon and before, C) History as we know it is fake. You don't really need to speculate once you start a relationship with God. Can't get a response from God? Fasting can help increase your perception and prayer can help initiate events. God will ignore you if your prayer does not align with His purpose (James 4:3) or if you are approaching Him when "unclean" (Isaiah 1:15, Isaiah 59:2, Micah 3:4). Stop eating food sacrificed to idols (McDonald's, Wendy's etc) stop glorifying yourself on social media or making other images of yourself (Second Commandment), stop gossiping about other people, stop watching obscene content etc. Have a blessed day!
Plastiquemen50 5 aylar önce
@Dana Thompson 39.41
Dionys Schub
Dionys Schub 5 aylar önce
@Dana Thompson Nice one
Dana Thompson
Dana Thompson 5 aylar önce
39.42 Jk
Steve Cariggillio
Steve Cariggillio 24 gün önce
Not sure I've ever seen a sword this awesome. This is amazing.
Yousef Aylar önce
Oh man this sword is ridiculously beautiful 😱
Darakin 2 aylar önce
What an absolutely beautiful sword than truly impressed by, and is easily the greatest sword I've ever seen period. An absolute legendary masterpiece dude amazing job
KyleRoyerKnives 2 aylar önce
Hey thanks Happy Thanksgiving my friend Dad
Ritchie Chan
Ritchie Chan 23 gün önce
I'm very impressed at the love and dedication you put in this one handcrafted masterpiece. I'm looking forward to reading your name among the names of legendary swordsmiths in past centuries. Maybe this one may sell for a million in fifty years.
Jim Rasch
Jim Rasch 6 aylar önce
In the blade category, this may be the wildest project I have ever seen. For an ancient instrument of death, it's the most beutiful piece I have ever seen. Very impressed by your skill.
John-Paul Silke
John-Paul Silke 5 aylar önce
@Cybyrd $65,000 is a very fair price. The buyer got one heck of a deal. The next sword like this needs to be $80,000
Cybyrd 5 aylar önce
@KyleRoyerKnives Its value is way over $100k
Peter Zimmerman
Peter Zimmerman 5 aylar önce
It's a beautiful piece, I wouldn't mind putting it up for display somewhere. It definitely makes for an interesting conversation piece.
Veldtian1 5 aylar önce
It's an instrument of life, Jim, but not as we know it.
KyleRoyerKnives 5 aylar önce
Thanks Jim
Michael Cleland
Michael Cleland Aylar önce
This man deserves more subs. methods and techniques he uses is just amazingly unique.
Syed Aman Ali Shah
Syed Aman Ali Shah 29 gün önce
What an amazing, I should say extra-ordinary amazing craftsmanship, I congratulate you Kyle. An art peace of this advanced world, feel bad it was sold that cheap but again amazing work man!
micksksk Aylar önce
wow i was just amazed about how beautiful this masterpiece was, you truly did a Wonderfull job, and if I could I would buy that sword at any price.And the Damascus was just amazing. No everything about that sword was amazing.
Iggy's Friend
Iggy's Friend 27 gün önce
That sword is a thing of pure beauty. If I had a spare $65,000 you would have another commission. I would say it's the most beautiful and elegant sword I have ever seen.
Carl M
Carl M 6 aylar önce
That sword is probably one of the most beautiful things I've ever seen.
SPIRITCAT 5 aylar önce
@Kapten you fool
Kyle Mcweeny
Kyle Mcweeny 5 aylar önce
@Austin Thompson it wasn't "originally for his collection"? He literally said in the video it was a custom order..
Austin Thompson
Austin Thompson 5 aylar önce
@Woozy that's the basic knowledge comprehension but kyle royer is an expert master smith he knows what he is doing most of his pieces are gor sale but this sword was originally for his collection but someone comes at you with 60k you bet your ass he selling.
jason edwards
jason edwards 5 aylar önce
@Sep Gthey're jealous mate.
Sep G
Sep G 5 aylar önce
@Woozy one does not need to be a expert of anything to appreciate something. Beauty is in the eyes of the beholder, people who gatekeep are absolutely pathetic.
THAT Guy Aylar önce
Man, it feels like you could build a suit of armor with all the metal you end up having to grind off the individual pieces. Amazing work!
TheOrigin79 29 gün önce
I carved a bow myself (3 full days of work) and i can only imagine how much work went into this sword. Its mind blowing! Absolute masterpiece!
David Broadwell
David Broadwell Aylar önce
Really enjoyed your build video, Kyle. The sword turned out great!
SublimeDromadaireGris 23 gün önce
I don't feel worthy enough just even looking at it for real. How the hell did you manage this. By the way the video is extremely well done and precise, as the work you've done.
FreedomTBW 6 aylar önce
Holy hell this isn't even blacksmithing anymore, it's majestic art! 😍Absolutely incredible!
water foker
water foker 5 aylar önce
RealPandaHero 5 aylar önce
Nah Magic for sure
Mr. D.
Mr. D. 5 aylar önce
Technically, this kind of work is called whitesmithing.
Parker Oviedo
Parker Oviedo 6 aylar önce
He was done blacksmithing after the first 20 or so days lol
Majestic Biscuit
Majestic Biscuit 6 aylar önce
Majestic indeed!
Paulo Brancher
Paulo Brancher Aylar önce
Holly shit. This is so amazing
Brent Bowman
Brent Bowman 3 aylar önce
I've seen plenty of videos for Damascus blade designs, but this takes it to a new level. Just amazingly beautiful work!
KyleRoyerKnives 3 aylar önce
Thanks Brent
Kasey Cox
Kasey Cox 12 gün önce
such a beautiful sword, so grateful to have gotten to watch this video... I will say though.... my opinion for the effort involved your dedication and everything... that sword is worth so much more than what it was sold for.
Jörgen Norrman
Jörgen Norrman 3 aylar önce
It's really beautiful, spot on and well done !!
G Wallace
G Wallace 3 aylar önce
I never really get that "Wow" sensation, but I was taken back by the damascus reveal. Absolutely caught me off guard having those stars so well spaced and isolated in a pattern.
Lee Miles
Lee Miles 3 aylar önce
Mad skills
Maki The Dude
Maki The Dude 3 aylar önce
This is one of the most beautiful blades I have ever seen! Excellent work!
Joseph Guccione
Joseph Guccione 13 gün önce
I've been watching guys struggle with damascus for 5-years on TRvid. I've never ever seen a sword turn-out so grand. My hat is off to you.
Vantastic Voyages
Vantastic Voyages 23 gün önce
Simply incredible! I imagine without modern tools and equipment this sword would have taken years to make, and could have been sold to a king/emperor, you would have been granted a title and land for this masterpiece.
ZeroMask 20 gün önce
When I saw the finished sword I immediately thought someone like the Black Prince would have carried this masterpiece into battle.
Kurt Bogle
Kurt Bogle Aylar önce
The quality of a craftsman is in how well he uses his tools. You are the best craftsman I have ever seen.
FCB43ver 6 aylar önce
The level of attention to details is border line insane...the build looks so good that the final product almost looks like a graphic design or a computer generated image almost too perfect. Truly amazing guys, thank you for sharing this masterpiece.
KyleRoyerKnives 5 aylar önce
Hey thanks
B W 2 aylar önce
That is a wonderful piece of art you have created I sure hope the new owner treats it well (you can give back the money or refuse to accept money for any of your creations if you just can't bare to part with it.)
Tim Bodnar
Tim Bodnar 3 gün önce
Holy cow! I just found about you, and can't stop watching your videos. Your attention to detail is mind-blowing. I've been in the welding and fab business for decades. I've never seen anyone like you. Take care
Caleb Hubbard
Caleb Hubbard Aylar önce
I've never seen such skill, technique, and love put into a piece of art such as this. Every part of it meticulously perfected to create probably the most beautiful sword I've ever seen that's real and not just a concept. Definitely one of a kind and something that will be passed down for generations. I've watched a couple of your videos and the attention to detail is unmatched from anyone else. Bravo.
Cormac McGrath
Cormac McGrath Aylar önce
Wow, just wow.
Nisanboi 5 aylar önce
I have been a huge fan of "Forged in Fire" over the years, and have seen every episode. Thought I've seen everything possible, you sir, have just surpassed anything I have seen. Truly a master craftsman.
john kelly
john kelly 5 aylar önce
@Nick P I'd say the sword making in Lord of the Rings by the goblins was rushed compared to Forged in Fire.
Harald 5 aylar önce
@Nick P I mean like, in the middle of a war like in the middle ages for example when wars would be like once every like 2 months they do take their time but not several weeks.
FnPeter 5 aylar önce
@Brertt While I agree that fighting swords need to stand up to abuse, your point about balancing is wrong. The place you want to put your balance point depends on the usage of the sword. The further your balance point, so long as you can still accelerate the blade properly, the more of a cutter it is. And It's funny you talk about having cutting in mind, because while cut and thrust swords have a balance point in the 2-6 inches range (mostly depending on how much they lean towards one or the other and if they're made for one or two hands), dedicated cutters such as sabers often have their balance point in the 5-8 inches range depending on various factors such as period, and if it was meant for use on horse back. On the other end of the spectrum, you have dedicated thrusters that would sometimes have their point of balance behind the guard to make the point as nimble as possible. This is very much a cut first blade. It's absolutely usable for thrusting, but this is far from something like a type XV blade. And at 47 inches of total length it's very much more of a two handed longsword than a hand and a half.
Brertt 5 aylar önce
@John-Paul Silke tbf weapons need to survive abuse, they hit other swords, chain mail, ect. so to say they wouldnt be good weapons is kinda weird, its the oposite imo, those were made for combat and this was made mostly to be ornamental. especially with how the balance point is 6 inches past the guard, most swords are in the 2-4inch area, so this thing is definitely unwieldy compared to one made with cutting in mind Amazing craftsmanship for an ornamental sword but id probably pick something off Forged in Fire 10 out of 10 times
John-Paul Silke
John-Paul Silke 5 aylar önce
Often they make sword shaped objects because they are going to be severely tested. They are very good weapons but are often over built and thus not very nimble or alive in the hands. I sincerely doubt this gorgeous weapon would survive their torture tests as well, but it would be far more functional in an actual sword fight because it’s built like a weapon and not like a weapon shaped object designed to survive severe abuse.
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