edit, pics didnt flip the way i edited them in photobucket, so i guess you will have to turn your head sideways to get the feel of it. Here are two knives I did up for a fundraiser that the local wildlife federation is having in a couple of weeks. They will be donated to the club and auctioned off. From what I understand one will go in the live auction and one will go in a silent auction. I was approached to see if I would do one, and I agreed to do two, so that both auctions could have one. They gave me no info on what they wanted, and just left me to build whatever i felt like building. These are what i came up with. The smaller of the two is 3/32 W2 with a 3 1/4 cutting edge and 7.5 overall. Handles are diamondwood and pins are stainless. This thing is very light and scary sharp. I am not a huge fan of dymondwood but when donating two I had to cut cost a bit somewhere as I am just a hobby guy right now. Either way it worked out well as their club colors are black and yellow anyway. The second blade is done in 3/16 1084, deferentially hardened, but just polished with no etch so the hamon is barely visible at all. The ricasso area was finished on a medium scotchbrite belt to give a contrast between it and the polished flat grind. The handle is stabilized Box Elder burl with 2 stainless pins and a stanless lanyard tube. There is also filework on the spine with black fill and red liners, but i do not have a clear picture of that part right now. This knife measures 9.75 overall, and the blade is 5.25 from tip to scales. Lanyard is black and red 550 with a cobra braid and a pewter sleeve bead on it. Thanks for looking guys.