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Wednesday, June 13, 2007

Coronation scroll

A double post for those who read my livejournal, but still. AoA for Tibald von Dijon.
I can't seem to be able to add a pic, so you'll have to visit my gallery.

The original can be found here (second from the left). All I know about it is that it's called "Fitz-Payne" and is 14th century. As you can see, I've changed the design a little.


Merlyn Gabriel said...

omg that's so much fun with all the critters!!!! I am sad i didn't get to see the origional.


bridget in disguise

Ailitha said...

I got to see it (ätsch), as Tibald was sleeping in my room. It looked stunning and he was very pleased and happy. I'm supposed to send you many thanks for it from him as you did not write down an email address on the back. I have to admit I forget that too most of the times, maybe we can take this experience as a reminder not only to sign our peaces of art but also to add some contact info!

Again, I loved it!!!

Anonymous said...

I am starting a new rule...any scribe that does NOT put name and contact info on the backs of their works is gonna feel the wrath of bridget - oh wait that's far too much work on my part...or I am gonna start charging a SIN tax for all you sinners out there and this sin tax shall go towards scribal supplies.



Maeva said...

The webminister of Trimaris.org added a little Thank-a-scribe online form to the webpage. A recipient who wants to thank the scribe who created a scroll fills in the blanks and hits 'submit' and the note gets posted to the Trimaris Scribes mailinglist :o) We've been surprised by the number of people who have used this feature so far.