Beautiful. How did you get what you printed on your blade to reflect off the paper. Some of the print on the blade is clearer than what is on the paper.
This can happen. Have no fear. Mine went from shiny to patina to shiny to patina to shiny and finally I got a patina I loved. The higher the polish on the blade, the slower the patina will develop the second time.Ned wrote:So I was really disappointed in the way my Caly 3 was taking a patina, it was developing some very unattractive tones...very dull grey with large dark spots. I decided to go shiny!
*Landon*sal wrote: .... even today, we design a knife from the edge out!
Liquid Cobra wrote:How do you guys get this shiny result?????
Ned wrote:600 grit silicon carbide paper, then 1500 grit paper, then grey buffing compound, then green buffing compound...lots of elbow grease..then shiny!
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