Oh, hi! 🙂 I was thinking to myself,
what are my two- -favourite things,
in this whole world? Swords,
and PEN-SEALS. This one’s gonna require me wearing my glasses. -joyful music-
**and glasses falling from the sky** -warp speed to paper- *British mode activate* Okay, we start out by marking the lines,
which- -represent the width of the lead. That way, I can draw my design. Have it be to scale. As you can see, I drew out a tiny little sword shape and- -and now skinning the froot, -of the pen-sear. Starting to, shape the blade, get it down to thickness, and, here’s the tricky part you can see- -OH, S**T Well, dad,
GUMMIT! Okay, second try. I previously prepared this, to this point, using my scalpel. Starting to cut in the, defining- -edges of where the blade meets the handle. Taking great care this time, heh heh!- -I assure you. Now I am sharpening the blade. Yes, I sharpened it. Starting to- -define the, finger guard. YyEss. YeEs. Basically, all this took was, A steady hand, and nothing better to do. Now starting to shape the handle, and, piercing through- -so now there’s a hole. For where the tiny little, little baby fingers, can go and grasp it. *epic sword sfx* More shaping, and sanding. This is called a ‘diamond burr’. It is- -usually used, with a rotary carver. You can see, I’m working from the- -blade, down towards the handle, hm, trying not to break it again. This is where I started to sweat, very hard. Getting closer! These are tiny little, micro-carving tools- -that I have, which are actually meant for wood, but uh, work fine, with graphite- -as you can see. Oh goodness, that- -that IS a tiny sword! huh, huh. And there you have it.
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