[Scriptoris] Scrolls and Charters--why?
dhufford at earthlink.net
Thu Sep 11 17:37:11 PDT 2003
Thank you for your kind invitation to visit the Coastal Region and its
scribes and artist. Perhaps I'll manage to travel way down there one of
Away up here in Northkeep we also have a very dedicated and talented group
includig one Calligraper who is making his own Book of Hours, a number of
folks working on other projects and a dedicated core group of charter
painters of various skill levels who manage to turn out a fair number of
award charters of very good quality.
One of the best things about all this discussion is discovering that there
are so many dedicated and talented Scribal Artist in Ansteorra, even if we
are not all on the same page.
on 9/11/03 2:47 PM, lisabetta at lisabetta at houston.rr.com wrote:
> Come to my region :)
> our guild members in the coastal region spend more time and effort
> on AOA's . For they know that for most it is the only award they
> will receive. It can also be the award that gets them really moving
> in the sca.
> Many of them also work on creating event invitations, and orginal
> and master prize scrolls.
> Most are also working on an orginal master for my challange I ussed
> last year. With more fancy for the lower level awards.
> CR scribe
>> I know it is common thinking that the higher the award the more
> elaborate the
>> scroll and that AoAs are simple, easy and can and should be whipped
> out in
>> as little as an hour since they are not that *important*. But perhaps
>> should keep in mind that that pre-printed, painted scroll is all
> you get
>> with an Award of Arms and that for most folks that is the only Kingdom
>> award they will ever receive.
>> Just some thoughts from 'only a painter'
>> I remain
>> In Service
>> Northkeep Scribal Guild
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