Here's a 7 ft bullwhip, 2 bellies around a TT core, 16-plait overlay in black paracord with accents of turquoise and purple, a 10-inch handle built around a 3/8-inch steel rod and a 20-inch weighted double-loop fall. The transition area is covered with a 10-inch long gaucho braid using a method called back-braiding that I learned from Bruce Grant's Encyclopedia, Plate 41 "Back Braid of Six Thongs." I doubled it to 12 strands to make a 24-plait gaucho plait. The heel knot is a 7x6 3-pass THK tied over a lead and leather foundation. The transition knot is a 7x6, 2-pass THK. I called it Roadrunner because to my eye it looks a little racy and the accent colors remind me of the colored spots behind the eyes of one of my favorite birds, the Northern Roadrunner, although the purple on the bird is more of a reddish color.
Hope you like it.