1-2-punch said: Well done. Too much good stuff. I look forward to using your quotes, images, and resources as a source for my own inspiration. Thank you, keep it up!
^_^ I try, I guess that’s all we can do in the end; is keep trying.
New addition to the family, I was a bit disappointed with the thickness of the blade and that the handle isn’t a hardwood but oh well. I will at some point in the future be adding a weighted chain to turn it into a Kasari-Gama
Ugh, can we please end this straight sword stereotype
Attack him where he is unprepared, appear where you are not expected.
Jorōgumo (Japanese Kanji: 絡新婦, Hiragana: じょろうぐも) is a type of Yōkai, a creature, ghost or goblin of Japanese folklore. According to some stories, a Jorōgumo is a spider that can change its appearance into that of a seductive woman. In Japanese Kanji, Jorōgumo is written as “絡新婦” (literally meaning "binding bride") or “女郎蜘蛛” (literally meaning “whore spider”). Jorōgumo can also refer to some species of spiders, but in casual use it can refer to the Nephila and Argiope spiders. Japanese-speaking entomologists use the katakana form of Jorōgumo (ジョロウグモ) to refer, exclusively, to the spider species Nephila clavata. x || Awesome right? ♡♡