The most hands-on of the Satyrs, the Crafting Satyr loves making good and useful things. At his core, he’s like Hephaestus, the god of the forge.
With less intense Masculine than the other Satyrs, the Crafting Satyr is more private, more relaxed.
His natural strength is making things work.
He’s good at repairing, growing, restoring, or building tangible things of practical value. He lays the stones beneath our feet, plumbs the pipes from which we drink, and makes technology work for us.
Because he’s inclined toward focus and concentration, he can seem to have “tunnel vision” and ignore the broader picture. But this focus is what makes him so good at solving specific problems.
What matters most to him is quality.
He feels a real sense of accomplishment when he builds, grows, or restores high-quality things, and takes pride in his skill as a craftsman. He knows what will work, what will last, and how to keep it so.
By the same token, if he’s required to work on things he considers subpar, cheap, or disposable, he’ll grumble, whether he’s a tradesman, gardener, farmer, techie, or engineer.
He looks like a “regular guy.”
The Crafting Satyr’s calm eyes will convey his general good nature. His style is casual and comfortable.
If he’s an artisan at heart, he loves to master an established craft. If he’s more of an engineer, he loves building new things in new ways. A good example of the Crafting Satyr is the man who makes useful items out of natural materials.