Hi all. This may seem like a bit of an oddball question but, does anybody have any good sites linked (or any information ) that describes different knife styles? I'm not talking about drop point vs. sheeps foot etc., i have info on those and diagrams etc. I mean things like what makes a skinner a skinner? I have seen skinning knives that are long and think with a curved blade and others that are shorter and wider with a big bell on them. I know they're likely for different animals etc. but there are similar style questions with "hunters" and "camp knives". What makes a camp knife different from a survival knife, or a tactical knife different from a a hunting knife. My issue is that right now i am really just playing with my designs and having fun. I'm not making anything specific and, although i am starting to build my standard "portfolio" of knives, i still really just wing my sketches. Up until now, no two knives have resembled each other (starting to change - i've found my first "standard" offering i think). Many times i just draw out what pops into my head directly onto the steel. Because of this, i end up with a lot of knives that i have to label afterwards. I have been using "hunter" and "survival" knives as catch all descriptions but I'd like to offer something more specific. Does anybody have any information or reading that may help me out?