ANST - A&S Experience &

Lisa Carter zkr26 at
Tue Aug 5 14:07:05 PDT 1997

Jumping back to previous comments...that is how to deal with a person who
is or is not a novice.

When setting up those neat folder for everyone to write in...could there
not be a front page with the person's SCA and ral world experience.  Taht
is say it is someones first/second helm but mundanely he/she works in a
metal shop.  This does not discount the fact that this is a first try but
it gives the judge an opportunity to know the person's back ground and
experience with what is being shown.   

i also feel in this case the indiviudal should be considered a novice at
what he/she is attempting to do....I think if someone does the same thing
mundanely and is showing it in a period style I think then they should not
be considered a novice. ALERT - there is a very fine line and I also think
the judges are the ones who need to decied.  Going back to the helms -
what if what he does is dish out something and weld it together all day
long - then the question is - is he still a novice - and when is someone
no longer one.

But off on another tangent - could a "profile" in a folder not help with
the judging?

Learning to Serve the Dream,

Kayleigh Drake
Baroness of Bonwicke
The Western Region of Ansteorra


To be removed from the Ansteorra mailing list, please send a message to
Majordomo at Ansteorra.ORG with the message body of "unsubscribe ansteorra".

More information about the Ansteorra mailing list