As an early-period Byzantine within the Society, I have come to grips that my arms and badges as registered with the College of Arms are perhaps not the most period for my persona, and so, this concept of trying to find a way of marking things that were mine or even blinging out things further … Continue reading Byzantine Monograms: a heraldic practice
Being able to work on this was truly a joy. The work that Count Logan has done in researching banners and then teaching others, well . . . he gets it. And his work truly is amazing. When I started researching things for his scroll, I knew I wanted to do one of two things: … Continue reading Logan’s Silver Hammer
I seem to be doing updates to my unfinished list, but on the other hand, it feels good to get things knocked off of a list. What is done: Nobelese Largesse Secret Project (blogged about here) Mar’s Quilt block (no photos, but it’s also done and I’m mostly happy with it) Write Pelican scroll text for Jaida … Continue reading Update on Projects
So, remember my post on unfinished projects? Well, I get to cross one off of the list! My Noblesse Largesse project went to a lady out in Atlantia, who stated in her dossier that she liked paternosters and the colours green and red. So, going through my beads, I decided to stretch my carving muscles … Continue reading Crossed One Off the List!
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 … Continue reading Barony of Forgotten Sea Arts and Sciences Championship
It's been a while. So much for keeping up with my New Year's plans. At any point, gratuitous project pic! Tagua nut is also known as vegetable ivory, and is carved using a lot of the same methods, and has the benefit of being vegan and sustainable. This piece isn't necessarily a period piece, but … Continue reading Ask Me Anything!