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7 år 3 veckor sedan #35227 av Zochion
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The Serpent in the Sword

Hittade denna på youtube idag och den förklarar riktigt detaljerat vad han gör för att skapa detta medeltidssvärd med ett zig-zag mönster i mitten men hjälp av damasksmide.

Del 1 : http://youtu.be/vyUkYJeZtW4

Trevlig "twist-jig" vid 4:20

The Serpent in the Sword is a paper by Lee A Jones studying early medieval pattern-welded swords. This video shows how to create a pattern-welded sword that actually has a serpent at its core. The processes while using modern tools are similar to the ones employed by anglo-saxon or viking-age smiths.



Del 2 : http://youtu.be/CNhem4hmwoE
The Serpent in the Sword is a project to create a pattern-welded viking-age sword with a visual serpent at the core of the sword. In this video, I show how to forge the bevels, grind the fuller and the edge, and the heat treating process.



Del 3 : http://youtu.be/EAJtvi4Z1A4
After the sword has been forged and hardened, not much forging is left. The video shows how I forge the upper and lower guard as well as the pommel. After the rough shape has been established, it is refined by hand and with the belt sander. A hilt with wooden core and leather wrap is made, too.



Del 4 : http://youtu.be/l3bT0oUYVoE
A short progress update showing the polished version of the blade while I am trying to acquire the necessary skills to inlay copper and silver into the guards and pommel of the sword. This interlude also features a quick trip to Europe visiting several museums with Viking-age swords on display.
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