Well then

There are 3 reasons why you might be here.

You want to learn how to make chainmaille. In this case you should start with my basics guide. Or you saw one of my crossbow guides perhaps? Or you simply like awesome stuff of which I am a capable provider even if I say so myself. In this case, the popular posts section is a good start. This blog(and me) is very much active and I'd gladly help you out if you have question and so on. You can find me at email: bogy_shashav@abv.bg or skype: bogy_shashav

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Friday, 11 November 2011

Chain&plate armor progressing

Right, so that's a nearly finished frontal section, next i need to do the back, the shoulder straps and the sides. sleeves will be for the last. Ran out of sheet metal though.

Few words of advice here for those following in. Sheet metal will ****** cut you. Use gloves all the time. And you won't find it in the Tools4Us, you need a warehouse, unlike the wire.

8 коментара:

Wow, I love this man. Good advice on the cutting too, I hope you've never had to experience that shit first hand, that would suck.

Nice, looks like some decent lamenaller roman armor.

C'mon! how can you be THIS talented?

What gauge do you use? both for the wire and sheet metal. what diameter is are the rings, it is difficult to tell scaling from the photo.

I plan on making my own armour and have already started on the mail and would love to get as much info and idea's from people already in the know!

I like this. Hmmm, you make me want to make my own armor.

Let the fittings for the bunnie commence!


Its 2mm wire but I can't say about the plates - about 1 1.something

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