AHHH! What happened to the website?

We are renovating to serve you better 😉

Don’t panic guys; everything is still here! As you may have noticed, I’m rearranging my website to make it easier to use. I want you all to be able to find what you’re looking for without any hassle.

I get emails every day asking me “How much for a custom sword?” and I wondered why. Perhaps the chart was confusing? So I reached out to my friends, many of whom are entrepreneurs themselves, for some feedback on how my website functions. The results surprised me.

My sidebar was not visible on cellphones and some tablets! No wonder people couldn’t figure out pricing. Both the site menu and the search box were on the side bar. Not at all friendly to mobile users. I’m so sorry guys. I had no idea you couldn’t see it!

You’ll see some more changes in the coming days as I re-do my pricing page, my Frequently Asked Questions, and put up a brand new gallery for you to browse. Hopefully, it will all be much easier for you to navigate.

I want to thank you all for your patience, your creativity, and your enthusiasm. You’re what keeps me energized to create art and see each project to completion. Hang in there while I fix things up, and stay awesome.

How to Make Crystal Clear Shadowhunter Blades

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So you wanna look like this? Well, bad news: there’s only one Jamie Bower in the world and chances are, you’re not him. But I can help you out with that sweet, sweet Seraph Blade.

You can commission a blade from me. Here’s my Etsy shop! Or you can email me at inkbladestudios@gmail.com to ask about custom orders. Each blade is made to order and is individually made by hand so please allow for a few weeks of crafting time.

But what if you want to make your own? Well, here’s a tutorial on how to carve one from solid acrylic. I make them out of liquid resin these days, but that is a huge expense for a single seraph blade which is probably what you want if you’re reading this.
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