"He turned these toward the fire and gave them their orders for working. And the bellows, all twenty of them, blew on the crucibles, from all directions blasting forth wind to blow the flames high now as he hurried to be at this place and now at another, wherever Hephaistos might wish them to blow, and the work went forward. He cast on the fire bronze which is weariless, and tin with it and valuable gold, and silver, and thereafter set forth upon its standard the great anvil, and gripped in one hand the ponderous hammer, while in the other he grasped the pincers."
- Homer, Iliad
MB #95 Metalwork
It is pretty cool to look at things and be able to say, "I made that!" Well....
|I made that. (a punch)|
|And Those! (Awesome Tin Boxes)|