Sunday, May 30, 2010

Innilgard Scribes Workshop today

It was cold and wet day but we got some work done. Mistress Bryony did some more work on her current original scroll.

Mistress Leofwynn did more more on some calligraphy for another original scroll.

Katerina has almost completed an orginal scroll and is now starting on an AOA from the backlog.

More scribes next week...

Sunday, May 9, 2010

Scribe Bios

I've just updated a few bios on the webpage.

If you are not listed there (and there are a whole bunch of people who aren't) and would like to be, please send me a photo and your details and I'll put it up. Also if you want your details changed let please send me some details. (Of course if you are one of the few people who have access to the site, you can update your own details if necessary.) If you are a warden, it would be cunning to get you details up here so people in your area can find out who you are.

If would be great to have names and faces of people who are currently active in the scribal arts. Some of the names on the list are people who don't play much anymore. Let's get some more recent names on that list.

Where to put it?

Hi everyone,

I've just been looking at the scribes web page and I've been trying to find a logical place to add links to the blog and the flickr site. I suppose the easiest thing would be to put them both on the front page but we don't want too much here as it will spoil the look.

A link to flickr would be logical in the gallery section. A link to the blog would make a sort of sense in the Model book, Lectern and Owlery or even in all three.

Does anyone have any cunning ideas?

Fiddled right hand column

I've just added a link to the flickr page and tweaked the order of things on the right. This should make it easy to quickly see if there is anything new in flickr or comments. Let me know if you have any suggestions for page layout to improve the blog further.

And for my next trick, I'll add the flickr link to the scribe web page. Tomorrow maybe. I need to go watch Dr Who now....

Wednesday, May 5, 2010

March Scrolls


As promised at the meeting at Festival, I am publishing a list each month of what scrolls have been completed. This list is one month behind due to the cut off for Pegasus so many more scrolls have been completed since this list was put out. The next list will come out next month. If you would like to look at all the AoA's that have been completed since the beginning of the AoA competition then go to our Flickr site and look in the Competitions Set. That will give you 14 of the current 16 scrolls that have been completed since the competition started. Details of who did what are with each scroll.



in an effort to show people the work that the College of Scribes undertakes we are going to start publishing the names of the scrolls that have been completed each month and the scribes who have completed them. I hope that as we get our momentum up we will be able to publish a longer list each month.

For this month the scrolls that have been completed include AoA's for the following people;

Bartholomew Baskin

Elyas de Dunblan

Fineamhain an Einigh ui Concobhair

Hanbal al-Barbari

katherine kerr of the Hermitage

Kasian Astrakhanovich

The scribes who completed those scrolls are Caristiona nic Beathain, Katherine Alicia of Sarum and Keridwen the Mouse


Caristiona nic Beathain