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Share Some Work Fun :)

Postby Jolynn » Fri Sep 23, 2011 1:12 pm

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Re: Share Some Work Fun :)

Postby Thomas Hayman » Sat Sep 24, 2011 9:50 pm

What was your phone number? missed it the first time round... :P

Seriously nice work though!


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Re: Share Some Work Fun :)

Postby Jolynn » Sun Sep 25, 2011 8:44 pm

LMAO, thanks. And if you call Dominoes Pizza, you should get through to me, lol ;)

Really wanted to take some with a sword but I didn't have one of the right time period :( Sucks aswell because I was so close to buying one at Herstmonceux that would have been perfect! *facepalm* D'OH!



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Postby Medicus Matt » Mon Sep 26, 2011 8:41 am

Jolynn wrote:Really wanted to take some with a sword but I didn't have one of the right time period


Nice work on the photos but I have to ask; what do you think would be 'the right time period' for which you could have bought a sword?


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Re: Share Some Work Fun :)

Postby Jolynn » Mon Sep 26, 2011 2:46 pm

Celt. But I could have probably gotten away with something Saxon/Viking just to get the look. Would sort of screw it up if I was holding a hand-and-a-half :P

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Re: Share Some Work Fun :)

Postby Optio » Mon Sep 26, 2011 3:59 pm

Jolynn wrote:Celt. But I could have probably gotten away with something Saxon/Viking just to get the look. Would sort of screw it up if I was holding a hand-and-a-half :P

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Postby Medicus Matt » Mon Sep 26, 2011 4:02 pm

Jolynn wrote:Would sort of screw it up if I was holding a hand-and-a-half :P


Oh, I don't know. It wouldn't have been any more or less in keeping with the costume.


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Re: Share Some Work Fun :)

Postby Thomas Hayman » Mon Sep 26, 2011 4:28 pm

Medicus Matt wrote:
Jolynn wrote:Would sort of screw it up if I was holding a hand-and-a-half :P


Oh, I don't know. It wouldn't have been any more or less in keeping with the costume.


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Re: Share Some Work Fun :)

Postby Jolynn » Mon Sep 26, 2011 7:59 pm

OI! Don't be picking on the newbie! :eh: You knew very well the style I was refering to, even if my naming of it was off so THERE! *blows childish raspberry*
I'm still a learner, show some mercy! :thumbup: :angel: :$



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Postby Medicus Matt » Mon Sep 26, 2011 8:36 pm

Jolynn wrote:I'm still a learner, show some mercy!


You've been here 5 days, the honeymoon's over and you're not the newest newbie anymore.
Anyway, spend more time around re-enactors and you'll come to realise that that WAS merciful.

Mwahahahahah....etc.


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Re: Share Some Work Fun :)

Postby Jolynn » Mon Sep 26, 2011 9:07 pm

Medicus Matt wrote:
Jolynn wrote:I'm still a learner, show some mercy!


You've been here 5 days, the honeymoon's over and you're not the newest newbie anymore.
Anyway, spend more time around re-enactors and you'll come to realise that that WAS merciful.

Mwahahahahah....etc.


If that's the case, would this be a good time to mention that I have 4 yrs Kung Fu, 2 yrs Judo, 2 yrs Karate and was a self defense instructor..?? :D



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Re: Share Some Work Fun :)

Postby WorkMonkey3 » Mon Sep 26, 2011 9:32 pm

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Re: Share Some Work Fun :)

Postby Captain Reech » Tue Sep 27, 2011 8:43 am

You might have put an NSFW on that one old chap.....Personally I think that was a wee bit on the low side, giving the lady a chance to find a group of her own before taking potshots might have be a wee bit more generous perhaps? Sure, the pictures are a little bit "Red Sonia" but she wouldn't be the first reenactor on this site to "Costume up" for a non reenactment related photoshoot now would she?


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Postby Medicus Matt » Tue Sep 27, 2011 8:54 am

Jolynn wrote:If that's the case, would this be a good time to mention that I have 4 yrs Kung Fu, 2 yrs Judo, 2 yrs Karate and was a self defense instructor..?? :D


Probably not. They're not really very useful skills to bring to any conversation.
I've got a polka-dot belt in Origami if that helps?


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Re: Share Some Work Fun :)

Postby Jolynn » Tue Sep 27, 2011 9:25 am

Captain Reech wrote:You might have put an NSFW on that one old chap.....Personally I think that was a wee bit on the low side, giving the lady a chance to find a group of her own before taking potshots might have be a wee bit more generous perhaps? Sure, the pictures are a little bit "Red Sonia" but she wouldn't be the first reenactor on this site to "Costume up" for a non reenactment related photoshoot now would she?


Thanks Captain! :D Me likes you, you take pity lol. :thumbup:

You're right about the pics, I wasn't really going for authenticity because I couldn't whip up an outfit in time so had to use left over leather. Hence slightly Red Sonja. But I tried to get it to look sort of believeable.
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Jolynn wrote:If that's the case, would this be a good time to mention that I have 4 yrs Kung Fu, 2 yrs Judo, 2 yrs Karate and was a self defense instructor..?? :D


Probably not. They're not really very useful skills to bring to any conversation.
I've got a polka-dot belt in Origami if that helps?


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Re: Share Some Work Fun :)

Postby Fox » Tue Sep 27, 2011 9:28 am

Jolynn wrote:If that's the case, would this be a good time to mention that I have 4 yrs Kung Fu, 2 yrs Judo, 2 yrs Karate and was a self defense instructor..?? :D

Then you might find you'd be interested in HEMA, histroical martial arts, (sometimes called WMA, western martial arts).
A lot of what you'd find in Foire (early 15thC Italian) will seem very familiar to you, for instance, but will also give you that genuine knowledge of how people defended themselves, both armed and unarmed in earlier periods of history.



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Re: Share Some Work Fun :)

Postby Jolynn » Tue Sep 27, 2011 9:32 am

Fox wrote:
Jolynn wrote:If that's the case, would this be a good time to mention that I have 4 yrs Kung Fu, 2 yrs Judo, 2 yrs Karate and was a self defense instructor..?? :D

Then you might find you'd be interested in HEMA, histroical martial arts, (sometimes called WMA, western martial arts).
A lot of what you'd find in Foire (early 15thC Italian) will seem very familiar to you, for instance, but will also give you that genuine knowledge of how people defended themselves, both armed and unarmed in earlier periods of history.


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Re: Share Some Work Fun :)

Postby Fox » Tue Sep 27, 2011 9:43 am

Jolynn wrote:WANT TO LEARN WANT TO LEARN!!! :rock:

The British Federation for Historical Swordplay is probably the place to start, although I don't think there's a group very close to you.

Lots of re-enactors dabble a bit [guilty of dabbling, m'lud], so, with a little patience, you might find something that way.

Alternatively, some of the groups do one day seminars if you're prepared to travel.



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Re: Share Some Work Fun :)

Postby Jolynn » Tue Sep 27, 2011 9:49 am

*begins to salivate at the thought* :thumbup:



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Postby Alan E » Tue Sep 27, 2011 11:35 am

Since Fox mentioned it (but didn't supply a link) :
http://www.bfhs.co.uk/html/groups.html is a good place to start looking for a group near you.

Fiore (as mentioned by Fox) is one of the earliest 'styles' of which we have evidence, I33 is (probably) slightly earlier.


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Postby Medicus Matt » Tue Sep 27, 2011 12:19 pm

Or there's the Order of Scáthach, who combine Eastern and Western martial disciplines with Wican ritual in an attempt to recreate the techniques taught by Scáthach herself.

http://dunscathach.com/training.php

Based overseas but they do offer distance learning courses.


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Re: Share Some Work Fun :)

Postby WorkMonkey3 » Tue Sep 27, 2011 12:45 pm

I take it no one wants to join my group then?



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Postby Fox » Tue Sep 27, 2011 1:07 pm

Medicus Matt wrote:Or there's the Order of Scáthach, who combine Eastern and Western martial disciplines with Wican ritual in an attempt to recreate the techniques taught by Scáthach herself.

http://dunscathach.com/training.php


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Postby Teagirl » Tue Sep 27, 2011 1:11 pm

Fox wrote:
Medicus Matt wrote:Or there's the Order of Scáthach, who combine Eastern and Western martial disciplines with Wican ritual in an attempt to recreate the techniques taught by Scáthach herself.

http://dunscathach.com/training.php


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Re: Share Some Work Fun :)

Postby Biro » Tue Sep 27, 2011 1:12 pm

Magickal weapons!?

Who makes those?



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Postby Teagirl » Tue Sep 27, 2011 1:37 pm

Folke from ye Darke Ayges?


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Postby Dan of Britannia » Tue Sep 27, 2011 5:13 pm

Lovely Germanic/Saxon knotwork in the first image!


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Postby Medicus Matt » Tue Sep 27, 2011 7:52 pm

Dan of Britannia wrote:Lovely Germanic/Saxon knotwork in the first image!



Interlace.
Only mystykl keltykl types call it 'knotwork'.
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Postby Dan of Britannia » Tue Sep 27, 2011 10:42 pm

:lol:


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Re: Share Some Work Fun :)

Postby sillicus » Wed Sep 28, 2011 8:51 am

I used to retouch photographs with a DeVilviss airbrush!!!!


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