And here’s a picture of my finished arrows. All in all, I had a lot of fun making these.
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To add a little more pizzazz to my arrows, I’m splicing the cock feather. There’s a tutorial for this here.
Some of the feathers, despite being the same make and size, were very different heights. I’m planning on trimming them down a bit once they’re on the shaft.
The cresting is completed. All that’s left is a few more coats of sealant and I’ll be ready to fletch them.
This is the base painting for the arrows.
This is a test crest done on a leftover end. I’ll let it dry overnight and then see how the sealant works over top.
It’s supposed to resemble my arms:
The arrow shafts are cut to size, tapered on both ends, and have two coats of sealant on. They are now ready to paint.