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There was this medieval BBQ I went to, and I realized I didn't have an old looking bottlecap opener, So I made one using part of my 5-cross symbol. It consists of 2 aluminum plates, rivets and a piece of oak. I etched the pattern with Ironchloride.

There was this medieval BBQ I went to, and I realized I didn't have an old looking bottlecap opener, So I made one using part of my symbol. It consists of 2 aluminum plates, rivets and a piece of oak. I etched the pattern with Ironchloride.

A bottlecap opener made for a customer to be given away on a wedding. It consists of 2 aluminum plates, rivets and a piece of oak. I etched the pattern with Ironchloride.

A bottlecap opener made for a customer to be given away on a wedding. It consists of 2 aluminum plates, rivets and a piece of oak. I etched the pattern with Ironchloride.

I engraved this glass for my wife Patricia.

I engraved this glass for my wife Patricia.

I engraved several of these glasses for the special guests on my wedding.

I engraved several of these glasses for the special guests on my wedding.

Object used by my LARP group to keep the villains captive :)

Object used by my LARP group to keep the villains captive :)

To keep track of all our stuff, I made cards for every item we came across in our D&D campaign in "The Iron Kingdoms".

To keep track of all our stuff, I made cards for every item we came across in our D&D campaign in "The Iron Kingdoms".

To keep track of all our stuff, I made cards for every item we came across in our RPG campaign in an apocalyptic setting like "Fall Out".

To keep track of all our stuff, I made cards for every item we came across in our RPG campaign in an apocalyptic setting like "Fall Out".

There was this medieval BBQ I went to, and I realized I didn't have an old looking bottlecap opener, So I made one using part of my 5-cross symbol. It consists of 2 aluminum plates, rivets and a piece of oak. I etched the pattern with Ironchloride.

There was this medieval BBQ I went to, and I realized I didn't have an old looking bottlecap opener, So I made one using part of my symbol. It consists of 2 aluminum plates, rivets and a piece of oak. I etched the pattern with Ironchloride.

I made some herring and ropes, to give my LARP tent a fantasy look and feel

I made some herring and ropes, to give my LARP tent a fantasy look and feel

LARP Shield I made for a customer

LARP Shield I made for a customer

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