Barony of Forgotten Sea Arts and Sciences Championship

Yesterday was the baronial arts and sciences championship, which I entered on a lark.  The only caveat to the competition is that I could not have entered a competition with it before.  You may remember the carved Pelican medallion I made a few entries ago.  After buying a jeweler’s saw and blades, I cut the back off so that it was flat (and now I have a tiny chip of tagua to play with!) and carved in a cross of Calatrava with my Dremel.  It is times like this that I really wish I had more hand tools, but that will come with time.

My next step is getting people involved with showing their work off.  The work is beginning, but so is the fun.

 

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About Konstantia Kaloethina

I belong to the Society for Creative Anachronism, and there, I'm known as Konstantia Kaloethina, an Eastern Roman (Byzantinian) woman of the sixth century from Constantinople. I am proteged to Master Gabriel andvaka Kjotvason, and apprenticed to Mistress Bess Darnley. I'm an American of Irish, German, Burgundian, and Norwegian descent. I share Harry Potter's birthdate (July 31st, 1983). I typically score as INTJ (Myers-Briggs), and as a confirmed Five with a Four wing "Iconoclast" (Enneagram) type, with strong scores in Musical, Visual/Spatial, and Intrapersonal on the Multiple Intelligences test.
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2 Responses to Barony of Forgotten Sea Arts and Sciences Championship

  1. Eowyth says:

    I love this, btw! 🙂

    Like

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