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About dreadfuljam

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  • Birthday 05/24/1988

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    Ontario, Canada
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    Drawing, video games, learning, chainmail obviously, design, tattoos

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  1. dreadfuljam

    Chainmail And Glass Die

    Well I came across it on this chainmail community called maille artisans or something they have a huge weave archive that people have also posted they're own weaves. Anyway the cube in my profile pic is 8 in 2 Japanese weave. It's very easy to find if you type 8 in 2 cube its like one of the first 3 or 5 links.
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    Chainmail And Glass Die

    Is that a japanese 8 in 2 weave (well its like the rings are in threes instead of twos)? Also is there anything in the centre or is it just layers of chainmail?
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    Orders and Shipping

    This may sound dumb but if I'm having an order shipped to a location in Toronto would the order be shipped from one of your locations in Toronto?
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    Harley Posture Collar

    A different view of the posture collar.

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    Harley Posture Collar

    The result of looking at a lot of posture neck jewelry on pinterest and leftover rings.

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    Byzantine anklet

    Having fun with leftover rings realized I have wrist and neck jewelry but other kinds so I made this anklet. Weave: Byzantine

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    Victorian Choker

    Just using up leftover rings for various small and quick projects, so I made a victorian style necklace. Weave: Japanese 12 in 2

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    Armoured Purse

    My first ever successful large project, I have been working on this on off during my free-time (during the school year it gets tough to keep at a steady pace for large chainmail projects) for over a year and finished this back in late June this summer. I am very happy how this turned out, but I have some plans with how I can make this even better. Weave: European 4 in 1, Barrel or Double Vision (strap), Byzantine (for strap attachment flaps)

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    Maille purse with lid folded back.

    Gorgeous, sorry but what's the full name of EPDM I like the weave you used for the body of the purse. Would like to make another maille purse but use this weave it seems more finished to me. Please tell me.
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    Little Red

    A size comparison between him and Rainbowpus to get an idea of how small he is.

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    Little Red

    I wanted to have fun with micromail so I made a mini octopus (he's filled with cotton stuffing like Rainbowpus), instead metal embellishment chainmail pieces I used two rings in an x formation for the eyes. Isn't he just adorable?

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    Compass Rose

    Just another one of those kits I picked up.
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    Rainbowpus

    Another kit I picked up at a arts and crafts festival its just cute and I love octopus (octopi?) so I had to make it.
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    Redglow - Close-up

    A close-up of Redglow.
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    Redglow

    Redglow is an even longer dragon then Bruno (my bronze dragon, which by the way now that I think of it didn't exactly use the ring sizes listed in the tutorial they're a little larger and didn't follow exactly the way its shown how to make the body in the tutorial so he is a lot looser and floppy but feels like if water took on the form metal the way its slides in your hands which I love) Redglow on the other hand follows the tutorial exactly except that I used box chain for the tail and the colours are my own combination. (well kind of Harley Quinn based in terms of colours) I decided to use some glow in the dark scales that glow really well when left under any light source for a few hours. I would like to make another to pair with this, I'm thinking using The Joker's colours (purple and green) and maybe add some more scales the head and tail with maybe some of the large size scales.

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