Welcome internet travels to an exciting new website; this one! I am just getting started with this whole website and store management stuff but I'm sure I'll get the hang of it.
So for starters, let's talk about what I have coming up in the next few weeks... let's see... hmm... statistics test on Wednesday, need to stay up late o get used to work schedule... hmm? Oh! Yeah, that's stuff I have coming up. But I meant to talk about what you will see coming on this website.
For those of you who heard about my website a month or so ago and looked and only saw the "Website coming soon" page, thank you for bearing with me while I got everything in order over here. In the coming weeks I will be adding new pages that showcase my past custom projects as well as some of my current ones. For example, after I finish this post I will suit up and go work of dishing out some cops for my spaulders (you know, the round parts of medieval plate shoulder armor). I will post some pictures of the process when I get the chance.
While you wait for that, please explore my site and let me know what you would like to see. Leave a comment below.
Please be sure to check out what I already have for sell on both my Ebay and Etsy stores.
Also, for southern California residents, if you need any events filmed, like weddings, graduations, homecomings, birthday parties or anything else that requires a videographer and a camera, please check out For the Honor Productions. I can personally attest to their professionalism, quality and service.
Until next time,
Stephen Marts is a recent university graduate in the Riverside area and the sole proprietor of For the Honor Forge. When not working, studying, sleeping, taking care of his kids, doing chores or such, he likes to design and make new products for his shop, though he often gets sidetracked with his ongoing research. When writing, he sometimes talks about himself in the third person, sometimes in seemingly randomly in the plural, as if he and his business were separate entities speaking in unison. He is prone to typos as well. We hope this does not offend you.