An introduction.

Forging, smelting, bronze, silver, gold smithing....

An introduction.

Postby Pedro Bedard on May 22nd, 2013, 10:30 am

Hello everyone. I'm new here but not to re-enactment.
I've been a blacksmith for approximately 30 years semi-professionally (think of it as a part time, evening job) and I'm very happy to have some new things to re-create.
I especially want to thank whomever posted the drawings of the cauldron chains. Lovely stuff there that I will be starting in the next few days.

Again, thanks for the board, and thanks for having me.
Pedro
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Re: An introduction.

Postby Pedro Bedard on May 22nd, 2013, 3:49 pm

I have an Imgur page with images of some of my work. I've only started photographing my work for about 4 years now. Sadly I have almost no photographs of my earlier work.
Here is the link in case anyone is interested;

http://blacksmith64.imgur.com/
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Re: An introduction.

Postby Alex Hovorka on May 23rd, 2013, 12:25 pm

Your stuff is really cool. Can never know too many blacksmiths.
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