3428RE: [EKSouth] Calligraphy& Illumination Classes in the Woodlands
- Feb 2, 2002I would love to, but I've a commitment on that date. Sorry.
From: Amy [mailto:olwyn@...]
Sent: Friday, February 01, 2002 10:40 AM
Subject: Re: [EKSouth] Calligraphy& Illumination Classes in the Woodlands
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From: "June Lathrop" <RuneMage@...>
Sent: Friday, February 01, 2002 10:02 AM
Subject: [EKSouth] Calligraphy& Illumination Classes in the Woodlands
> For any and all interested, the following classes will be held at our
> meetings on Thursday nights in Hawthorne, NJ at 730 pm. Email me
> for directions.
> Lady Juliana Stafford
Would you like to come and teach at the Scribal Quest in Eisental March 2?
Contact me off-list if you are interested :)
Olwyn ni Chinneidigh
> February 7: OOOOOOhhhhhh What a Pretty Picture or Scribal Arts 101 or
> You Wanna Be A Scribe?? A discussion on materials and techniques used
> calligraphy and illumination and on manuscript illumination through the
> ages. Class will be a show and tell session of different styles of
> calligraphy and illumination and their application in the SCA. A handout
> will be given out listing various supplies needed and sources for them.
> Note: you don't have to go out and buy everything at once. Start small
> KISS. (Keep It Simple, Stupid)
> February 14: This week's subject will be Illumination for the
> Inept or Even You Can Draw Those Spiffy Vine Borders. Those interested
> should get to the church at 7:00 and bring the following items:
> blank paper, a ruler, pencils and a white or kneaded eraser, a 9X12 pad
> Bristol Board vellum or satin finish (about $6 at Staples, Treasure
> Rag Shop or Pearl Paints.) Total cost for materials: less than $10.
> Feb 21: Illumination for the Artistically Inept Part Deux or Well, We
> It, Now What? For those of you who came last week and learned to draw
> borders, this weeks class will be spent on making an actual scroll blank
> using the methods we learned last week on the Bristol board with gold
> gouache watercolor. Bring the following items: same stuff as last week
> a size 000 watercolor brush, a black pigma tech pen size 005 or a -fine-
> line black marker (no sharpie markers, they'll bleed through the paper)
> items are available at the same sources as above.) Total cost: less than
> Feb 28: Moving On, French Bar and Vine Borders of the 15th Century Learn
> about the vine and bar borders made famous in the manuscripts of the
> Court and what white work is. If you can pass Illumination for the
> Artistically Inept, you can do this too! Bring the same materials as for
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