Hopefully I figured out how to post pictures correctly. If not I will go back to the drawing board.
Here are pictures of my a-historical bastard sword with a little Irish and Scottish influence from John Lundemo of Longship Armoury. I have to get better pictures of this beauty. It seems to float in hand until it hits.
Last Edit: Jun 13, 2016 17:39:40 GMT -5 by zaskar24
I would love to see what everyone else has. Post them if you've got them. Swords, axes, daggers, knives, spears, maces. If it could have appeared in the hands of our favorite barbarian and you have one post it up for all to see!
Deuce is correct lordyam. I named it in honor of the late Painbrush who started the original all of those years ago. I do not think the name is as important as the content of the thread, so post them if you've got them. I will be posting pictures of my current collection over the next week or so as I get the pictures together from the various places that they are.
Here is the first sword that I bought way back when. The blade is by Angus "Gus" Trim, his model 1423 in those days and the cutlery work and scabbard were done by Christian Fletcher when the two were working together still. I have to do something for this sword besides the simple storage scabbard. I did get a Ranger belt from Christian later.