TOMAHAWK FROM JELLY-ROLL DAMASCUS!!!

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  • Published on Mar 5, 2017
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  • Joe Payne
    Joe Payne 7 hours ago

    Can I buy this axe yet? Who has it? Where is it? I want it

  • john smith
    john smith Month ago +1

    Dang that music at 1:30

  • Jude Sheckelberg
    Jude Sheckelberg Month ago +1

    OI MATE you got a license for that tomahawk?

  • Ezi Kieeel
    Ezi Kieeel Month ago

    Join in forged in fire tv series

  • Anthony Hogue
    Anthony Hogue 2 months ago

    At the beginning he was all covered up. Thought he learned from the burn on the other video πŸ˜‚

  • Hank Clingingsmith
    Hank Clingingsmith 2 months ago

    BEAUTIFUL

  • harrisnutter
    harrisnutter 2 months ago

    Sorta looks like a zebra pattern

  • Steven Curcio
    Steven Curcio 2 months ago

    Is there any way to buy this tomahawk?

  • Russell Pugh
    Russell Pugh 2 months ago

    Could you have put into a twist jig and spun the coil tighter with less heating and beating

  • tito ortiz
    tito ortiz 2 months ago

    Awesome work, Alec! Just informing, if u wanna be learning in making damascus steel, you could go to Yogyakarta, Indonesia. There's a famous expert in making keris or 'kris', named Empu (Master) Pausan. Many beautiful patterns in kris. Just googling.

  • Journey Toreturn
    Journey Toreturn 3 months ago +6

    It would be better if you burn the handle first before put it on the axe, so the color could spread equally to the head of the axe.

  • Picalo Green
    Picalo Green 3 months ago

    2019

  • iyan jaktim
    iyan jaktim 3 months ago

    To much talking

  • Andrew Passmore
    Andrew Passmore 3 months ago

    Looks amazing as always bro

  • Burrito Doge
    Burrito Doge 3 months ago +1

    To all my haters 2:58

  • Freddy Rasheed
    Freddy Rasheed 3 months ago

    WOW, you are truly a craftsman.πŸ‘¨πŸΌβ€πŸ­

  • Phil Wilson
    Phil Wilson 3 months ago

    So, what do you do with all of those finished projects ?
    Mount them on a wall ?
    Give them away ?
    Sell them ?

  • Bruce Barnes
    Bruce Barnes 3 months ago

    Nice roofing hammer

  • A A
    A A 4 months ago

    Awesome work. Technically it is a hatchet though. tomahawks are assembled by having a handle that narrows down to the grip and the tomahawk head is slid down the shaft to the top of the handle.

  • Ahmet SarΔ±
    Ahmet SarΔ± 4 months ago

    Eline sağlık

  • psycho cybernectics
    psycho cybernectics 4 months ago

    Which is stronger ..my leaf spring axe or your Damascus axe ??

  • Billal hashmi
    Billal hashmi 4 months ago

    Good work bro

  • E
    E 4 months ago

    Native girls are super hot

  • Ian Vanderlip
    Ian Vanderlip 4 months ago

    You should make pole turning hook tools

  • jake petruolo
    jake petruolo 4 months ago

    How about feather Damascus?

  • Jeremy Walker
    Jeremy Walker 4 months ago

    That's NOT a tomahawk. It's a hand axe, might qualify as a hatchet.

  • Delos Turner
    Delos Turner 4 months ago

    Very nice Hatchet

  • lil sushi
    lil sushi 5 months ago

    Nice work! But it’s actually an axe because of the way you put the handle in.

  • Duane Grabert
    Duane Grabert 5 months ago

    Those inclusions are not that bad. You could end up grinding them out. I've seen that done before. Wow. Over a year, many projects, now on your third workshop, including 1 international move later, still the best blacksmith on TheXvid with well over 1,000,000 subs. Good on ya Alec.

  • Victor Klaver
    Victor Klaver 5 months ago

    NIIIIIICE!!!

  • Frame Boi
    Frame Boi 5 months ago

    You should make a damascus steel dagger, or a damascus steel shortsword.

  • James J
    James J 5 months ago

    How about some Martial Arts Sais? Id like to see how you shore up the curvatures and deal with the individual points.

  • Tony Smith
    Tony Smith 5 months ago

    Beautiful piece, I admire all your work.
    That said, that's not a tomahawk. It's a hatchet.
    Next time, leave the handle wide at the head end, and mount the head by sliding it up the handle and hammering it into place. You don't use a wedge or glue or pins, just pressure. (I put brass tacks just below the head as decoration and a little support for the head, but that isn't necessary)

  • kilowaverider
    kilowaverider 6 months ago

    Wow super impressed ... Musik included πŸ‘πŸΌπŸ‘πŸΌπŸ‘πŸΌπŸ‘πŸΌπŸ‘πŸ»

  • Lance Giancone
    Lance Giancone 6 months ago

    You made a beautiful axe not a tomahawk

  • Mac Kettner
    Mac Kettner 6 months ago

    Jelly Roll seems to be wildly hard. I think you did well.

  • Tyler Runyon
    Tyler Runyon 6 months ago

    That is a beautiful peace of work.

  • vinny089
    vinny089 6 months ago

    This guys forearms must be like a rock

  • Julian Cullen
    Julian Cullen 6 months ago

    More tests in the vid!

  • Duane Anderson
    Duane Anderson 6 months ago

    love the build , love the opening slide guitar

  • Thomas Wilkerson
    Thomas Wilkerson 7 months ago

    Hello From Charlottesville, Virginia!
    Would flooding the work area with something like nitrogen help reduce oxidation whilst rolling up the Damascus?
    (Disclaimer- I'm just a casual observer; I have no knowledge of this art other then what I've observed in 50 or so of A. Steele's videos.)

  • Walter Villatoro
    Walter Villatoro 7 months ago

    What's the name of the song???

  • Darrin Sibert
    Darrin Sibert 7 months ago

    Grain in the handle should have been up and down not sideways

  • Lenny Ausec
    Lenny Ausec 7 months ago

    how much would one of those tomahawk cost. If I'd like one made

  • Christian Weilandt
    Christian Weilandt 7 months ago

    Am i the only one who thinks of William H. Macy?
    Great work anyway.

  • Bahtiar Hamdani
    Bahtiar Hamdani 7 months ago

    ur is master maaannn😱

  • jim g
    jim g 7 months ago

    gloves this time huh? lol

  • Ron Cassano
    Ron Cassano 7 months ago

    I find that you cloud probably make a knife out of Nickel

  • MightyMax2999
    MightyMax2999 7 months ago

    So why do certain steels turn dark from acid and some stay bright and shiny. I'm just wondering, is it the difference in composition of iron and carbon?

  • Taylor Hector
    Taylor Hector 7 months ago

    I like the vid, but that first background song. Wow. I'd really like 2 get the name if that song/artist

  • sonlk x
    sonlk x 8 months ago

    Alec please be more cautious with your fingers... Totally enjoy your videos.... I am like pondering what would me more fun - moonshining (hooch) or blacksmithing ? =)

  • Grim Reaper
    Grim Reaper 8 months ago

    Pretty cool dude

  • Christopher Connelly
    Christopher Connelly 8 months ago

    That is the most beautiful tomahawk I have ever seen!! I saw the making of the Damascus and the whole thing was amazing and inspiring to see. You have a gift Man!!! Thanks

  • Code of Ethos
    Code of Ethos 8 months ago

    Well. I subbed. I find your vids very fun to watch, and you seem to have good music on each one. Good job on the awesome content bro

  • Reebok CrossFit LifeSpark

    I am sure this has been asked before... but... where is all your music from? IT IS AWESOME!

  • franklyn metz
    franklyn metz 8 months ago

    went to your website to see if you had anything of your work for sale...sadly you do not. Do you know when and if you might have stuff for sale.

  • Wesley Larsen
    Wesley Larsen 8 months ago

    Why don't you wear protective cloth??

  • Billy Milligan
    Billy Milligan 8 months ago

    Very beautiful ax! πŸ‘πŸ»
    With love from Russia!

  • lookcreations
    lookcreations 8 months ago

    Great stuff, thanks for the explanation throughout

  • Douglas Vine
    Douglas Vine 8 months ago

    I love how the pattern came out in the metal.

  • Austin Chambers
    Austin Chambers 8 months ago

    Absolutely glorious!

  • xXsuperstarsXx
    xXsuperstarsXx 8 months ago

    I see your hand doesn't have any duck tape around it anymore

  • Jacob Aubertin
    Jacob Aubertin 8 months ago

    I know he did the "Forged in Fire" Challenge, but we need to get this guy on the show!!!

  • Endee’s Kitchen
    Endee’s Kitchen 8 months ago

    How does one buys ur knives ...???

  • Northern Sailor
    Northern Sailor 8 months ago

    Beautiful

  • Electro-Cute
    Electro-Cute 8 months ago

    Love the fact that the hatchet has a wooden pattern on, so cool.

  • randomness
    randomness 8 months ago

    Look at young alec go

  • jchoneandonly
    jchoneandonly 8 months ago

    How much would it cost to get a tomahawk from you guys?

  • TheKamiBunny
    TheKamiBunny 8 months ago

    That's a long handle for a tomahawk.

  • arkanesh
    arkanesh 9 months ago

    awesome! in Austria we would say: leck mich am arsch ist das geil ;)

  • Clifford Sarmiento
    Clifford Sarmiento 9 months ago

    Beautiful wish i could have one πŸ˜€

  • Youri Khan
    Youri Khan 9 months ago

    Why burn the wood ?

  • gourav kumar
    gourav kumar 9 months ago

    One big question I wanna ask
    When v will c u in forged in fire ?

  • Wayne Palmar
    Wayne Palmar 9 months ago

    sick
    cheers dude

  • Blits Riderfield
    Blits Riderfield 9 months ago

    it looks like the axe head is made of wood

  • ashish kumar
    ashish kumar 9 months ago

    Bro forge a khukri eagerly waiting for it

  • Ale H
    Ale H 9 months ago

    can your viewers also order something from you ? e.g. this tomahawk ?

  • Monique Levesque
    Monique Levesque 9 months ago

    That is a thing of pure beauty! Well done!

  • TransitBiker
    TransitBiker 9 months ago

    A well made axe takes a lot of skill. You should be very proud. I have noticed one thing, though. Your forge, you must look into building a larger forge. A temperature gauge (laser) to more accurately dial in your working temperatures could also be helpful. Thanks for all the neat videos, look forward to seeing more!

  • Tracy Hawley
    Tracy Hawley 9 months ago

    Very nice work

  • Spliff Machine
    Spliff Machine 9 months ago

    Could make a nice hammer out of it instead :)

  • Mutherfuqbucket
    Mutherfuqbucket 9 months ago

    Those little inclusions were probably your burned skin trapped in the steel thus infusing your essence with the tomahawk. That’s a +3 blacksmithing tomahawk you have there.

  • Zenmasterme
    Zenmasterme 9 months ago

    H E Double Hockey Sticks!!! β€œYes”
    That Was So So Epically Awesome & Very Very Beautiful!!!

  • hobo santa
    hobo santa 9 months ago

    there is a reason his last name is Steele ;)

  • Deathbynature
    Deathbynature 9 months ago

    You should make a bigger one to replicate Kratos' Frost Axe in the latest God of War.

  • Benjamin Burton
    Benjamin Burton 9 months ago

    Swwweeet looking tomahawk. Is it for sale? Or do you sell and of the items you make. I would love to own a one of a kind piece.

  • Andrew Mackechnie
    Andrew Mackechnie 9 months ago

    You almost on 1M subs!!

  • kenny didnt die
    kenny didnt die 10 months ago

    Have you thought about revisiting a jelly roll now that you have grown in your art?

  • jakob sors
    jakob sors 10 months ago

    awesome.

  • Credit Tech
    Credit Tech 10 months ago

    Damn that’s I nice blade for holes or cracks great job kid

  • Robin Mishra
    Robin Mishra 10 months ago

    Thats actually very cool . Ur a great artist.

  • Box & Games
    Box & Games 10 months ago

    The video was amazing as always! But i wanna know what song that was up to the end πŸ‘€

  • Dhrubadyuti Das
    Dhrubadyuti Das 10 months ago

    Can u please πŸ™ make an Indian Maratha talwar with Damascus steel..

  • Paul Gargulak
    Paul Gargulak 10 months ago

    burnt handle ruined it,but steel looks great

  • wyatt josepsh adams Adams
    wyatt josepsh adams Adams 10 months ago +1

    how about a iron axe and no not a steel one please.

  • wyatt josepsh adams Adams
    wyatt josepsh adams Adams 10 months ago +1

    that looks awesome πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘

  • ITLLBGRAND
    ITLLBGRAND 11 months ago

    That is one sexy looking axe

  • John Wirk
    John Wirk 11 months ago

    The grinder loves his hands....those knuckles and fingers are wrecked. Tough lad.

  • BariumCobaltNitrog3n
    BariumCobaltNitrog3n 11 months ago

    Aren't you spossed to trow it at sometin?

  • Gobo Kinje
    Gobo Kinje 11 months ago

    I'm curious which track is playing right at the end o3o
    Really good music throughout :D