|20 Dec 1999|| Alain Renaud|
AHHHHHh!! Me never believed in magic or any runic spell that could help a tiny axe beat me Mr Gnorlf. But hey kid! You still have a nice axe... Don't care for the flies, there with me...
|20 Dec 1999|| Mikhail Shvyryev|
Aaa-ha. Rodion Roskolnikov would be happy to see this axe...
I like it, but - will try to keep away from it... Just like you,
|1 Jan 2000|| Sandra Kubis|
Hi Andrew! The axe is great! I love axes (although I'd rather use them cutting woods instead of splitting heads
) And I'm curious: How did you come to that (German) Name 'Aussmertzer'?... I cant tell how much I like that axe
I want one, too!
|8 Jan 2000|| Christoph Studer|
The axe has really the feeling of a relic or a magical artifact... Being part of a ceremony, it might even have that caracter, right? Anyway, wonderful style, you've got great skills in your craft.
|15 Aug 2000|| Jessie Clark (aka Eissej the Rouske)|
Nifty! Do the runes mean something? *blinks* I thought a z looked like peace sign with no circle? Oh well. Love the pattern you made here. Did it really do all that stuff? What is an Aussmerzer?
|4 Nov 2001|| Fey'Avocet|
Of all your work posted here, I like this one the best. I'm not sure why - maybe because it is functional as well as beautiful. Of course, I like axes in general, so I'm probably slightly biased. At any rate, your technique is unique and I love the effects you manage to create.
|17 May 2002|| Mikko S. Anttonen|
Great work! I really like those "curly" patterns. =)
|9 Feb 2003|| FNOrd|
neat!!but you should get a chisel and a dremel and decorate the head too! RUNES!!!!!!!!
|16 Dec 2005|| Kathryn|
I get the image of a dwarf wielding this in battle...as I mentioned before I've LotR on the brain...don't mind me.