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Greg Delaunay

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  1. Greg Delaunay

    Morning on a flower

    this year, some problems get me out of the forum...I am back and I discover this piece ... wow! thank you!!! I just discover carving ivory and I tell myself there are so many things to do ...and you prove it! I particularly like the association with gold ... really really fantastic ! this should be a large block of ivory ...if some one know where I can find this...
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    not just for fun...

    I had some little pieces of damascus and ironwood, then I decided to make me a little knife for carving ivory. I tried it yesterday...and it works ! and it's a pleasure to work with...
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    Cornel Schneider

    When I saw it, I said "Wow", really awesome!" (but in french), and then...I saw the size! and I was speechless... thank you to show us ...that it is possible for an human to do something like that.
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    Dragon dagger

    Hi Laurent, I think it's my favorite of you ! I really regret to can't have seen it in real...
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    Japan photos

    wow! very nice photos!!! if you want to do an other job, you find it! it's clear that you always like composition...
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    "Elf"

    Thanks at all !
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    "Elf"

    Hi, I did not post a lot in this moment...I just finish this order: a damascus fantasy sword with a damascus blade (252 layers), a carved mammoth ivory pommel and a carved ebony handle. It was a very long work , more than 250 hours, and I'm happy to see it finished! (better pictures here: http://www.elfic.fr/anglais/pages/sword.htm )
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    "Cernunos"

    Hi, here is an other piece I juste finished: "Cernunos" 208 layers xc75/15n20 damascus blade Ivory carved handle Wallnut and bronze scabbard bronze guard (lost wax casting) some better pictures here http://www.elfic.fr/anglais/pages/cernunos.htm
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    "Cernunos"

    Thank you Laurent!
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    "Elf"

    Thank you !! (thank's at the woman who made the video, it takes a lot of her time...)
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    "Cernunos"

    Thank you. To get inside, I used dental drill tools, and for polish...I don't find the good words: a micromotor tool with silicone which contains an abrasive... ok, I found a picture of it!
  12. Greg Delaunay

    Natasha's birthday

    oops, I'm late! Joyeux Anniversaire Natasha! (in French)
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    "Elf"

    I completely forget to tell you that a friend of mine made a video of the making of this sword with all the step by step. There is a little translation (sorry, not complete). You can download the movies here: http://www.elfic.fr/anglais/pages/sword.htm the first part is for the blade, and the second is for the carving work. You will see how I'm working and then, can tell me some advises to do it better next time!
  14. Greg Delaunay

    Enduring Vision Award

    Wow!!! What a good new!!! I'm really happy for you, Janel! I don't try to explain what I feel, my english is too bad.. Good video, thank you !
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    Whale Teeth & Elephant Ivory

    Hello! (sorry for my english, I hope you will understand...) Working on ivory begins to be difficult today... I have a big old elephant tusk with cites, which I could use for a lot of years, but it's really difficult for business: CITES is ok for the one country, if I want to sale the piece at foreign, I must ask a new citec for each piece... I think mammoth ivory is the best solution, it's a good ivory for carving, and there is no problem for customs (when they know mammoth... ). The problem in this moment is to find good quality of mammoth, particularly with big white piece for carving...
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    It is Summer! (in the northern hemisphere)

    hello, I' just begin a new "knife" handle. I will call it "Cernunos", I started on a big piece of ivory (720g), and for the moment I create only dust!
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    a new ring

    Wow! very nice! I love it! I really should like to learn working on precious metals...
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    Hello from France

    Hi Laurent, welcome into the difficult world of english forums! And be sure that I will not help you!
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    Benzaiten

    Hello Natasha, it is always a great pleasure to see your work, what delicacy! and thank you for always answering technical questions!
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    Amber

    Hi, sorry if the question had been asked... I have a special project, and I'm searching about a "big" piece of amber( big for me...). not colored or little colored if possible, with no crack (it' for carving) , and the dimensions are 5inch x 1 inch1/2 x 1 inch 3/4 ... Is someone can tell me where I can ask that? I'm searching too some piece of colored amber: red, green, yellow and blue 1inchx1 inchx1inch... Thank you very much if someone have some informations!
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    "Elf"

    Thank you! I don't have the word shargreen in my dictionnary. I suppose it's a fish in the same family with shark. Japanese bladesmith use it for the handle of katana. Janel, I'm always "here", but I read only , it's so difficult for me to answer and so frustrating not being able to share more ..
  22. Hi Janel, I was very busy too! I just finished the sword I worked on. I post it in "show and tell".
  23. Greg Delaunay

    SMALL FIXED BLADE KNIFE; 1ST OF THIS YEAR

    Thank you very much for your explanations David!
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    SMALL FIXED BLADE KNIFE; 1ST OF THIS YEAR

    wow! very nice set. I like the knife very much! Sorry if someone ask the question, but how do you carve your guard? (nice color!).
  25. Greg Delaunay

    Quick! Grab a camera

    hi, here is my bench , and a closer view for carving, and scrimshaw. Of course, I have another workshop with forge, anvil, beltgrinder and others tools ...for making blades.
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