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Jaques wrote:Well, detective, you think that might be why I said that you should change the saya and wrap to a deep blue to it looks less traditional?
On the contrary,I haven't got the faintest idea why you said that
Are you suggesting that the Golden Oriole and Orchid among others with their dark blue 'wraps' and sayas are not traditional?
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A katana doesn't have to have a pure black saya and ito in order for it to be "traditional"...a blue PPK would still be traditional.
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Tempest UK wrote:A katana doesn't have to have a pure black saya and ito in order for it to be "traditional"...a blue PPK would still be traditional.
id more say that a blue PPK could have the appearance of being traditional sword.
PPK's in themselves arnt "traditional" regardless of what colour you put on them.
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l like the colours of it, but the skull thing looks a bit naff, l think it'd be nice to do that kinda thing for a kinda 'water reflecting the sunset' look