Thursday, July 29, 2010
Too busy to post
What a workbench should look like. This led to the two belts below:
More workbench porn:
And the end result is this briefcase for mixology implements. It involved lots of sneaking around and measuring, but I'm very happy with the end result.
Sunday, July 11, 2010
This might be the best wallet ever
Another bifold in progress, and this has to be one of the best requests for custom work I've had yet. An owlbear on one side (consult your Dungeons and Dragons Monster Manual) and a Gug on the other (consult your Lovecraft.) A particularly warped inscription on the inside rounds out the request, and I'm tempted to keep this one for myself. Photos will be posted once it's complete. Also in the works is the recreation of an existing holster belt. A few inches will be added to the overall length, to account for an expanded waistline:
Sunday, July 04, 2010
More finished goods. First is a tooled leather case for 3"x5" note cards, with imagery inspired by Ta' moko (Maori facial tattoo) designs. Also pictured is the finished gorgon wallet - a very simple bifold design that can easily be modified to become a chain wallet.
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