slightly OT: C&I Teaching a class
- The poster of this (Randy Alspund) is both a laurel in calligraphy and
illumination and a knight in the SCA; in addition to this he is a *very*
well known science fiction artist. His work is very good and his teaching
methods are easy to follow. I recommend attending the class if you are in
the area and able. His SCA name is RanthulfR Asparlundr and information on
him can also be found on the Middle Kingdom website in the Laurel section
and the Chivalry
section. http://www.randyasplund.com/browse/medieval/medieval.html is
where you can view the slope and some of the other things he indicates he
will have with him for his class.
>I am throwing out a shameless plug. I am booked to teach a 2 hour demo
>on Medieval Book Illustration at a science fiction convention called
>Lunacon in Rye New York on March 22. If anybody out that way is going or
>might want to go, look me up. I'll have the whole kit & caboodle with
>me, including the writing slope & desk, authentic materials, etc.
>Convention info is at: www.Lunacon.org
>To see a Universe of art ranging from Magic: The Gathering
>to Star Trek and Medieval Manuscripts:
>Original Art & Prints for sale!
>Randy Asplund (734) 663-0954
>Science Fiction and Fantasy Illustration
>2101 S. Circle Dr., Ann Arbor, MI. 48103