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Battle Axe with handle by deathatsix Battle Axe with handle by deathatsix
axe is 12 inches across and the over all length is 47 inches. all thats really left now are he final touches like staining the handle, adding leather wraping and whatever other little thing i need to do yet.
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fhelalr Featured By Owner Feb 18, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Hello, thank you so so much for your amazing stock!
Hope you are having a wonderful week!
Best wishes!

Used it here: fhelalr.deviantart.com/art/Sil…

Thanks again! Take care! 
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major-azrael99 Featured By Owner Aug 25, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
interesting design, i can see how it could make irreparable damage and would ripp off any leather armor 
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deathatsix Featured By Owner Nov 27, 2012
Thanks! It was a bit of a long process to explain here but the short story is the blade parts we cut from a large gear, welded to a thick piece of pipe for the handle attachment. I ground it down and sanded it smooth, then took a round file to the inner parts of the gear teeth to sharpen it down. then i engraves the blade by drawing it with a sharpie then using a dremmel to engrave it. then made the handle out a chunk of Ash (if i remember right) then shaped it down and attached it. then again with the sharpie and engraved the pattern in the handle with the dremmel. I have since stained the handle to darken it a bit. And now it sits in my livingroom waiting for the Zombie Apocalypse haha. if you have any other questions or details let me know.
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Crystal1999 Featured By Owner Nov 27, 2012
NICE. this Battle axe looks sexy. you got to tell me how you made it.
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deathatsix Featured By Owner Nov 27, 2012
Thanks! It was a bit of a long process to explain here but the short story is the blade parts we cut from a large gear, welded to a thick piece of pipe for the handle attachment. I ground it down and sanded it smooth, then took a round file to the inner parts of the gear teeth to sharpen it down. then i engraves the blade by drawing it with a sharpie then using a dremmel to engrave it. then made the handle out a chunk of Ash (if i remember right) then shaped it down and attached it. then again with the sharpie and engraved the pattern in the handle with the dremmel. I have since stained the handle to darken it a bit. And now it sits in my livingroom waiting for the Zombie Apocalypse haha. if you have any other questions or details let me know.
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Crystal1999 Featured By Owner Dec 3, 2012
your welcome
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lokikaspari Featured By Owner Jun 15, 2012
That is beautiful, but is it functional? If those blades were a gear, they would be very hard, but inclined to snap under pressure. And how much dose it weigh? I built a battle axe out of the cutting disks from a john deer corn planter, and it weighed in at over seven pounds. That's a lot of weight to swing around on the end of a stick.
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deathatsix Featured By Owner Jun 19, 2012
Thanks, It is functional to a point. the gear was pot steel so it was difficult to weld and probably wouldn't hold up very well to hard contact, but would do well on flesh and bone haha. really though, this one is on the heavier side, a little over 6 pounds i think, but i can swing it around a bit. for future axes i'll stick with hardened steel. i just had the gear and had the idea so i went ahead with it.
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deathatsix Featured By Owner Sep 5, 2011
oh, it is haha Thanks.
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DeceiverIncorporated Featured By Owner Sep 5, 2011
That looks absolutely vicious... I like it!
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