Slagr

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  1. Yes, that is me. Thank you very much.
  2. Thank you! 1. The ends of the pencil weave segments are slightly narrower where they connect to the end ring so the orbitals sit snugly in place. 2. I just call them hoodoo captures. I have a tutorial for these and variants on Etsy but I don't know what the policy is for linking that here. 3. Rings with AR = (number of pencil rows) + 0.2 are the minimum for that variant of pencil, so for these pencil 6 pulls, AR=6.2 rings are rigid.
  3. Can that option be added? I need upwards of 30k and would prefer not to order them 200 at a time. I also see the stock is currently low at only 9 bags.
  4. SS14516 says it is available in bulk bags but I do not see the option to order it that way.
  5. 20 awg, 3/32" hoodoo hex in stainless steel with JPL seams in brass. 5mm Swarovski chaton captures at vertexes. 20 awg, 3/16" stainless steel pencil weave string pulls with 16 swg, 5/16" orbitals. The geometric structure is an icosahedron-- the same shape as the 20-sided dice the bag was built to hold.
  6. 20 awg, 3/32" hoodoo hex in stainless steel with JPL seams in brass. 5mm Swarovski chaton captures at vertexes. 20 awg, 3/16" stainless steel pencil weave string pulls with 16 swg, 5/16" orbitals. The geometric structure is an icosahedron-- the same shape as the 20-sided dice the bag was built to hold.
  7. Amazing every time.
  8. T H ' S W A R Y Q U A L - M S ; G O J O K E , P L A Y .
  9. Z E S T A B O U T L I F E C A N V E X D E A -
  10. T H E W I S E Q U E R Y B U T N E V E R J U D G E
  11. L O C K - E D I N T H E A P E X O F A M A Z E ,
  12. E4-1 in 16 swg, 3/16" blackened mild steel with brass inlay lettering. The body of the piece consists of two pangrams, which are sentences that use every letter of the alphabet at least once. I transposed the binary representations of ASCII characters onto 3-2-3 (8-bit) characters in the maille, then made the least significant bit an odd parity bit, meaning that every character has an odd number of gold rings-- usually 3 or 5. So 'A' is represented by 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 in odd-parity binary ASCII which translates in mail as 1 0 0 . 0 0 0 1 1 Transcript: S I M O N M E N Z 2 0 1 6
  13. Vipera Berus Sheet in 14 swg, 5/16" stainless. Berus rings omitted on the bends.
  14. Dragonscale diamonds in 14 swg, 7/16" and 16 swg, 5/16" stainless with E4-1 seams in 14 swg, 5/16" stainless for the top of the piece, flowing into Half Persian 3-1 Sheet 6 in 14 swg, 7/16" stainless with interwoven seams with a HP3S6 facepiece in 16 swg, 5/16", tempered steel large scale beard, and HP5-1 14 swg, 7/16" horns.