[Artemisia] Re: Sage cover art

Godwin FitzGilbert de Strigoil archergodwin at cableone.net
Wed Nov 9 14:19:34 CST 2005

I'm sorry, but just how did a call for artistry from TRM, turn into a 
call to bash the chronicler?

Pray tell, just what type of matrix have we fallen into, that all is not 
as it seems? How deep does the rabbit hole go?

Have you started the grievance process, outlined in SCA Corpora and 
Kingdom Law?... since it seems you have a grievance.

I don't believe the Artemisia e-list is the place to start, I could be 
wrong..... but I doubt it..


my ha-penny, and I'm never done.... ;)

>Theodora (AKA Rachael) wrote:
>>I would like to issue a challenge to all artists 
>>of this fine Kingdom.  Lord Aaron has been providing 
>>this service to the Kingdom for many months.  While 
>>his style is not mine, I really feel that I need to 
>>"put up or shut up", and challenge all other artists to do the same.  
>I agree with the concept. The office is functioning well, but I think 
>there needs to be more communication and openness with the Office of 
>Chronicler too. Just because one has the handiness of having a an artist 
>on hand, doesn't mean that one can't use other art to break it up. 
>Variety is not a bad thing.
>There are wonderful MEDIEVAL art sites online, that are free. Some are 
>museum sites. It's not a crime or cheesy to use them. Other Kingdoms do 
>and no one looks askance at their newsletter. How about general photos 
>from events? Getting releases are not that hard if it happens to have a 
>identifiable person in it. Something to think on.
>I'd like to close in that there has been art and ideas (group sponsored 
>covers anyone?) submitted in recent years, that were not accepted for 
>various reasons. I can direct you to those people if confirmation is 
>needed, but I think it is more important to note that not everything is 
>as it seems.
>My 2 cents, I'm done.

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