Re: [SCA-JML] The Online Armour Manual is up!
What can i say but thank you. after having finished
reading it i now have a whole load of projects to
start. the level of detail you went into was amazing.
Idefinately agree that books and reading are the most
crucial tools, but adding a work like this to those
books and pictures is invaluable.
I can only hope the work it inspires will do your
effort justice. ill try to show you what i have done
--- "Anthony J. Bryant" <ajbryant@...> wrote:
> Greetings, all!__________________________________________________
> It's been a long time in coming, but it's here, it's
> up, and you're
> welcome to play to your hearts' content.
> The Online Japanese Armour Manual is up on
> Geocities. The URL for the
> primary link is below. There will be more essays and
> so on added to the
> site, so this is the "front door" so to speak. Just
> follow the link to
> the armour manual itself.
> The URL: http://www.geocities.com/sengokudaimyo
> Please note that there is still a handful of
> patterns that I have to
> translate to PDF file and upload to the site, so
> some links are
> disabled. As I add the files, the chapters will be
> marked to indicate
> that they have been updated. Due to a quirk in the
> way that some
> browsers work, I've found that the site looks better
> in Explorer (ick)
> than Netscape (dammit). You can use frames or not,
> but it works best
> with frames as that's how I engineered it.
> I'd love to hear any comments you may have, and if
> you have any problems
> with links or so on, please let me know. Also, if
> you feel that there
> are patterns that aren't there you feel should be,
> let me know and I'll
> see about updating those pages.
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- michael A wrote:
> WOW!!!!Thank you. Armour is my bread and butter. Armour and garb. And onomastics.
> What can i say but thank you. after having finished
> reading it i now have a whole load of projects to
> start. the level of detail you went into was amazing.
Okay, Japanese things are my various breads and butters. (1) I'm quite
passionate about J. armour.
>Yet so many armourers never crack a book...
> Idefinately agree that books and reading are the most
> crucial tools, but adding a work like this to those
> books and pictures is invaluable.
>I appreciate it. I always like to see what people who've read my stuff are
> I can only hope the work it inspires will do your
> effort justice. ill try to show you what i have done
> at war.
(1) Anyone ever seen "What's Up, Tiger Lily?"