Re: [MedievalSawdust] Re: Glitz factor?
> Don't know where you live, but around here the laurelite approach isWhen I got mine, right after I swore fealty, the Queen said, "I really
> toward well
> made everyday objects. We are much more interested in that cool spring
> lathe and the well stitched seam than ooogles of googas.
> For instance, we currently have two people on vigil to be elevated to the
> of the Laurel later this month. One's main skills are making woodworking
> tools(well) and then using them(also well). And the other is for Norse
> stuff. She researched pigments used for dying sails, made sieves of hair,
> other such things.
like your tent stakes."
So, yes, daily life objects can be appreciated too. Having the royal
pavilion stay up on a stormy night helps.
- --- On Mon, 2/5/11, Jeffrey Johnson <jljonsn@...> wrote:
> This would apply to most areas - sexay objects get attention [...]Indeed. This is why I don't usually bother entering competitions. The last time I did, I received a judging slip that literally consisted of two words: "Too plain."
Maybe there were people who enjoyed my simple, made entirely with hand tools chest. If so, they remained silent.
I haven't bothered entering a competition since.