for sure. in all the research ive done zinc is one of the safer elements to use unless it burns, and thats when zinc poisoning can happen. then...
thanks! it makes them look awesome haha. not yet, im trying to make the transition from commercial type blacksmithing, like makeing fancy...
i smelt raw zinc, make blanks, then strike them. im keeping to traditional methods. they are 100% lead free.
as a blacksmith i would know the feel isnt right if i electroplated them. the nice plunky dull sound of solid copper wouldn't be there so it would...
thanks! i used traditional methods to mint them. Forge zinc ingots into blanks then strike them with hammer and die. i have made some copper, and...
sure! Way more satisfying getting a fat stack of coins after some mercenary work than just making a note on a stat sheet :)
thanks. they sound cool too!
yeah mostly its turning out to be just big chests of coins. i used zinc because it forms well and is relatively cheep ,also zinc is the major...
Can be! they work awesome for LARP. Its pretty fun playing the wealthy merchant and hiring on 5 or 6 retainers as bodyguards. ive also used them...
Hi im looking for some ideas to make my treasure more awesome. i minted a bunch of coins by hand, your thoughts?
Hi im minting coins by traditional methods to give them a nice feel for my RPG. what are your thoughts?
Whatcha think? im minting fantasy coins trying to keep to traditional type methods.
Whatcha think? im hand minting fantasy coins trying to keep to traditional methods.
Whatcha think? im hand minting some fantasy coins and trying to keep as close as i can to traditional metalworking methods.
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