Holy gold on a Silver Wheel! By the time the pieces all came together, I had roughly 3 and a half days to get this done. Your nose was on time, but you were fifteen minutes late. – Roxxane (movie) The assignment came in, the scroll came in, there was communication issues on the words, […]
This was an interesting scroll to work on. Baroness Lillian atte Valeye did an awesome job on the Illumination. The only spot that wasn’t done was the arms. When the request first came though there was an error in the name, so there was not arms associated. That wasn’t fixed until after I’d received the […]
It was nice to have a scroll to do that wasn’t at a break-neck pace. I picked up the scroll blank for this at the 2016 Marketplace at Birka when it just so happened that there was an Order of the Silver Crescent on the backlog list. I had fun taking a little liberty with […]
My first Baronial scroll, again done in Rotunda. JP and Lylie finally got me to do work for them, to include a bit of illumination. The inks are DeAtrementis Document Black/Red. The paper was heavily textured which made it very difficult to work on with a metal nib. The Rams horn was done with P.H. […]
This was my first collaboration work. I had the pleasure of working with Fiona O’Maille, a Laurel who’m I’m apprenticed too. She did a great job on the layout and illumination. I feel as though I did an okay job on the calligraphy. I wish I was more familiar with proper wording layout. I did a […]
The second scroll of the two done for a friend. Rotunda Script and Walnut Ink on a provided scroll blank. Calligraphy: Faolán an Sccreccain Illumination: Svea the short-sighted Words: Ernst Nuss von Kitzingen
Rotunda Script and Noodler’s X-Feather ink. This was one of two scrolls going out to a friend before she moved down to Florida. Calligraphy: Faolán an Sccreccain Illumination: Svea the short-sighted Words: Baroness Nest verch Tangwistel Update: Elena finally got her arms painted in!
This was my second Combat Scroll. The Queen had been trying to track down Briony for a while in order to make her Companion of the Queens Order of Curtesy. The scroll blank was one of two I had on hand at the time. Calligraphy: Faolán an Sccreccain Illumination: Unknown Words: Ernst Nuss von […]