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  1. So, I told someone a while back that I would post a short pictorial tutorial on my method of making arrows. I realize it's a bit late, but I figured I'd give it a go anyway. Luckily Goblin # 5 from the Bones KS volunteered to be my lovely assistant. So, I shall endeavor to show my rather slapdash method for making small feathered projectiles. Things we shall require: Lovely Goblin Archer assistant in need of a reload. Green Stuff Vaseline (or non-stick of your choice) Straight Pins (smaller the better) Side Cutters/Wire Cutter A needle paint poker thingie deal (this is a highly technical term for a sophisticated technical device) Hobby Knife or sculpting tools (optional) Flat surface to work on that you don't mind getting Vaseline or other non-sticker on
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