A casual process discussion for an original scroll, a nonstandard gameboard Baronial scroll, and a call for advice on roman patio making.
Examining fourteenth century manuscripts for clothing made mi-parti or “divided in half.”
This year has been a whirlwind, and I have progress to show off in multiple areas – Culinary, Scribal, Millinery, Costuming, etc. My exhibit is an overview of the different projects I’ve been working on in these areas this year.
We all begin somewhere, for many of us in the scribal arts we dream of creating grand pieces. It can be intimidating to transition from painter to designer. Branching out can be intimidating but ultimately fun! This is one Scribes journey thus far and the lessons learned with each piece that has been created.
A few years ago I found myself enjoying painting charters for the Kingdom of Avacal. When the pandemic came, I decided to spend the time upping my scribal game.
A selection of my work in Scribal Arts, Research, Costume and Accessories.
Study and process of the Italian masters: Canvas and Oil Paints
A journey of becoming a Scribe and an introduction on how to start.
Creativity and madness are all apart of the process.
A doublet and two scrolls.
Welcome to my little corner of Athenaeum!
Like most of us in the Hobby of a Thousand Hobbies, I have more irons in the fire than I had time to explain.
An exploration of the challenges of drawing with silverpoint.
A discussion of cartography, both historical and modern, my experiences in map making, and what was involved in my current project.