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yvianneMistress Yvianne de Castel d'Avignon

Major Fields: Calligraphy / Illumination - Paint/Pigment Making.

Other Areas of Interest: 14 th Century Costuming, Embroidery.

Teaching: Please feel free to contact her if you would like her to teach any of the following classes:

  • Scribal Arts
  • - Scribal Arts 101.... one scribe's point of view
  • - Don't Panic .... and other tips for your first scroll assignment
  • - Italian Renaissance Scrolls (layout and/or calligraphy)
  • - Acanthus Drawing & Painting
  • - Gothic Scroll Basics
  • - Gilding
  • - Make Your Own Scribal Materials (gesso, hide glue, glair, pigments, paints, shell gold)
  • - Painting with Period Pigments
  • - Creative Scroll Wordings
  • Costuming
  • - Sideless Surcoats
  • - Making Heraldic Clothing and Banners
  • - Cauls & Hennins
  • - Fingerloop braids & lucets
  • Documentation
  • - Documentation for Competitions
  • - Making of Morguhn & Meirwen's County scroll

Current Group: BMDL/Sunderoak

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