Re: article on arrowhead construction
- Hi Fritz,
I like your videos there. Unfortunately, the text file is missing,
and the 3rd video is somewhat corrupted. I'm interested in seeing
these files if you restore them - some of us here will try our luck
at making bodkins soon.
--- In SCA-Archery@yahoogroups.com, Carl West <carl.west@c...> wrote:
> Description and videos at:
> -- Fritz
- Sun Lu-shan wrote:
>"madmarcus" pointed out the lack of the text file. It got lost in the file-shuffle resulting from my ISP changing their name. Again.
> Hi Fritz,
> I like your videos there. Unfortunately, the text file is missing,
> and the 3rd video is somewhat corrupted. I'm interested in seeing
> these files if you restore them - some of us here will try our luck
> at making bodkins soon.
It's up now.
The third video is permanently corrupted. You are actually missing very little. The info is there in the (newly re-uploaded) text file.
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- John Edgerton wrote:
> Just ran across an interesting article on arrowhead construction on line.Looks great, I only wish I would have seen this before I took my
blacksmithing class a couple of weeks ago.
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He who works with his hands and his head is a craftsman.
He who works with his hands and his head and his heart is an artist."
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