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Suspension system for bowcase and quiver :: Mamluk reenactment.  1. upper fixing point 2. lower fixing point 3. belt locking point 4. back belt piece 5. support strap 6. position of the bowcase

Suspension system for bowcase and quiver :: Mamluk reenactment. upper fixing point lower fixing point belt locking point back belt piece support strap position of the bowcase

Here is one of the many promised tutorials, the Sageo. I know the file is enormous, but I wanted to be sure it was clear. Any suggestions for editing would be very appreciated. Early apology to 56k…

-Sageo Knot by ~piratecaptain on deviantART I like this idea for the triple trees, maybe. Or, maybe I've watched too many old samurai movies.

Katana : Himehanshi MInamoto Akitoshi Tsukurino/Keio 3rd Year February | Japanese Sword Shop Aoi-Art.

Katana : Himehanshi MInamoto Akitoshi Tsukurino/Keio 3rd Year February | Japanese Sword Shop Aoi-Art.

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Tried my hand at a using the Valkyrie, I did alot better than I expected and as for the She never disappoints 😎 Wish you could see how squared the Beam is. Also the sharp point was the first thing I did, then took it off for the half sphere.

I present to you... the "Lukban chair" :)

Lukban chair - basic pattern can also be used to make a latrine.