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Today is a big day for us all! Check out this awesomeness of steel manufactured for our purpose. Making the greatest Swedish accurate historical picture ever. Unfortunately I can't reveal much more. Follow our journey from pre-production to the actual shooting on this website and on our other social media. STAY TUNED.  - Jonas Wolcher Producer

1: Shield bosses.
These are rather common finds and covered the centre grip of the Viking round shield as hand protection. This particular simple shape was used throughout the Viking age.

2, 11: Spearheads.

Spears were the most common weapon during the Viking age, being relatively cheap to manufacture as they contained a rather small amount of iron. The length of the spear made it very effective in the battlefield. 2a is equipped with wings to stop the spear from going through the target. 2b is a slim shape common in the early 10 th century.

3: Viking age Helmet.

Viking Helmet inspired by the Gjermundby Helmet found in Norway in 1…

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Jonas Wolcher
Gothenburg, Vastra Gotalands Lan, Sweden
Jonas was born in Gothenburg at Östra Sjukhuset 15th of April 1973. He spent his childhood most of the time in Skåne until he went to school. Jonas began a career as a tourist guide, but then moved on to become a journalist. He started his first company (commercials) 1996 when he moved back to his hometown. There he tried many different works, salesman, sampler, telephone salesman, merchandiser. 1997 Jonas went to Gothenburg University to study Film Theory. After less than a year he couldn't go on any further. Jonas wanted to make film instead of becoming a film critic. Today 2016 He's now working with movies from all over the world. Jonas Wolcher has worked with special effects since 1998, for movies, music videos and lectures "impressive horror makeup easy and effective". Now Jonas Wolcher has been involved in several projects such as Sektor 236, Barracuda, WeekEND, Root of Darkness, Hermit, Monster Killer, Coctail Apocalypse, Precision, Stay among many.