My Armor and Weapons

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Introduction: My Armor and Weapons

I am currently working on a spangien helmet ,and a katana.

I've made ninja stars , a tonfa , and started nunchucks.

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    i don't want to be rude but your blacksmithing skills need just a little bit of work my friend,
    if you use a grinder to smooth out your blades, and armor, and also stain and varnish your handles you will have much better looking weapons, and adding some leather to that armor would make it beautiful, i suggest looking at some videos on how to finish wood and also some videos on blacksmithing, the reason i am giving you this advice it because i think that everyone should be able to enjoy things like these.
    -- shadowbass

    Dude, you are a pro! I don't even know the resources to make these kind of things. I would really like a sword if I even knew how to make it. Great work!

    Looking at smithing work and armour I was like woooowww!!! Id love to try make those things but just asking. how is the design's comfortableness? not that I have the resources though. or skills

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    hey did u ever finish the nunchucks? and one of the stars is mine,lol and are we ever gona make a blade for the tonfa

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    Searching instructables for more ideas to try and found a guy who also dreams of a bladed tongfa

    https://www.instructables.com/id/Nail-bat-Try-nail-bladed-tongfa/

    I didn't finish the nunchucks and the tonfa doesn't have a blade ether.

    I did finish the helmet tho! it's on my facebook.

    Where have you been you've been on aim for like a  weak state and I haven't gotten an answer.

    not really just cut an oval out of metal and get a hammer and then follow https://www.instructables.com/id/Learn-to-Dish-by-building-a-Buckler/ for help on making the pads curved. make sure to take mesurments and know how they're going to fit before you even make them. use cardboard to make test shapes