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Judging the Swords by Centauran Judging the Swords by Centauran
Results of my recent sword-design contest.

The swords are collected here: [link]
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Evulangel01 Featured By Owner Nov 14, 2011
Wow! I can't believe I was one of the 'honorable mentions'! Thank you so much! I'm so excited that you liked what I designed!! :happybounce:

Congrats to marthig! And to kaze-fox!
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DomiSM Featured By Owner Nov 9, 2011  Professional Digital Artist
Congrats Marthig!! All beautiful renditions of the knife/sword :D Sorry I didn't get time to enter, Tango...been so unbelievably busy the last couple of months, I sometimes wonder when I get to come up for air! :giggle: I couldn't have done any better than ANY of these though, so I'm glad to see there were some awesome entries :D
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Centauran Featured By Owner Nov 9, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
Sadly, not as many as I'd have liked, of course, but some of them were quite beautiful!
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marthig Featured By Owner Nov 8, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
OMG !! Thank you so much Tango, I am glad you used that points chart, as it is quite easy to see who get the more points and why.
I am doubly happy in this case because I got the higher score and the 6 mo sub :dance:
What I still don't know/understand is what do you mean by those "runnels", I couldn't find any clear definition in all the dictionaries I checked.
I am very happy also because this is my first 100% digital drawing and of a weapon of any kind.
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Congratulations to ~Evulangel01 and *kaze-fox :trophy: and also to the rest of the participants.
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Centauran Featured By Owner Nov 9, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
Yup - I thought a points-score was the best way to do it, rather than just 'I liked this one best'!

runnel - definition of runnel by the Free Online Dictionary, Thesaurus ...
www.thefreedictionary.com/runnel:

A narrow channel or course, as for water. [Middle English rynel, from Old English, from rinnan, to run.

In this instance, the runnels, or channels, aid blood in draining from the sword.
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marthig Featured By Owner Nov 10, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
Thank you for clarifying about the use of those "runnels" I imagined that that might be the reason but the descriptions in the dictionaries only dealt with the narrow water courses :(
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