Re: [Asatru-U] I found a nit on the very clean cat, just picking
- On Thu, Oct 04, 2001 at 08:04:27AM -0500, Karl Donaldsson wrote:
>Keys *were* much harder to find than apples... once the standard
> And, can we swindle Lorrie into finding some key clip-art? She obviously
> found a suitable apple.
clip art archives failed me, though, I realized I *really* wanted to loot
Manny, you'll find keys.zip in your home directory -- I recommend
senechal.gif or seneschal2.gif (which is the same as seneschal only with the
circle stripped off, the key turned monochrome, and all darkened a bit).
- On Thu, 4 Oct 2001, Lorrie Wood wrote:
> On Thu, Oct 04, 2001 at 08:04:27AM -0500, Karl Donaldsson wrote:Thank you, but I'm done with it. I made enough samples to get the
> > And, can we swindle Lorrie into finding some key clip-art? She obviously
> > found a suitable apple.
> Keys *were* much harder to find than apples... once the standard
> clip art archives failed me, though, I realized I *really* wanted to loot
> the SCA.
> Manny, you'll find keys.zip in your home directory -- I recommend
> senechal.gif or seneschal2.gif (which is the same as seneschal only with the
> circle stripped off, the key turned monochrome, and all darkened a bit).
blazon; someone artisticky can do the final art part.
My final prototype is at http://www.asatru-u.org/arms.htm; the prototype
home page is at http://www.asatru-u.org/index-test.htm. I plan to ask some
serious heraldic types to look it over; I'll fix any problems. Then we can
draft a real artist.
Then we have to figure out how to get the thing enrolled.
Manny Olds (oldsma@...) of Riverdale Park, Maryland, USA
"The Scandinavian aristocracy put two and two together and discovered
their ability to wield political power was *much* better under
Christianity. Heathen political models were much more decentralized."
-- Carl Edlund Anderson
- Give me a few days and I'll work up the hammer in the trunk of my car.
My folks call it a tack hammer, though most call it a 3 pound sledge
with a steel handle. It is very close to what the smiths use for one of
the smaller forge hammers. It may be just what you are looking for.
Did you want more line art or clip art or photo type detailing?
Manny Olds wrote:
>On Thu, 4 Oct 2001, Karl Donaldsson wrote:
>>However, is there a possibility of a hammer that looks more like a hammer
>>and less like a painter's T-knife (6-in-1) and mre like a hammer? The
>>profile of the geology-type hammers is not nearly as convincing as something
>>reminiscient of Mjolnir. Sure, our tools are certianly not so short-hafted
>>nor large-headed, but something more like a mallet or a short-handled cold
>>drawing hammer might be more useful to convey the idea of hammering
>>knowledge home. ;-)
>I would be very happy if some artistic-type person would re-do the whole
>thing decently. There are plenty of variations on the smith's
>(cross-peen) hammer that could meet any aesthtic demand. I do want to
>stick to the smith's hammer because:
> 1) It is consistent with Groa's dwarves insight and our notion of
> "forging heathens".
> 2) A more tool-like hammer is a lot easier to combine on an equal
> footing with sax than a more Mjollnir-pendanty one.
> 3) It is more consistent with the hand-hammer-axes that were first
> associated with the Thunderer than an ordinary sledge or mallet
> is. And that inspired the shape of the traditional hammer pendants.
> 4) I had a UPG.
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