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In retrospect, I think my needwallet is still on the large side, though how to get it smaller and still have room for a couple crackers and a cordial I've not yet figured out. Eventually I'll give it another go, but it'll be a while I fear. I think one of the tricks with size is that it takes a gre...
The Gladden fields reference IS the most recent (in-timeline) reference, and it's the only one that contains the phial of cordial. It's also the only reference that actually names the pouch a need-wallet. The other reference we have for such a pouch I have inferred to be an earlier evolutionary iter...
The sides are still awesome, as I noted before, but now that I see how they're constructed, they're all the more brilliant. I may give them a whirl on a different project. Thanks for the layout!
No apology necessary, friend! When reasons like "Screw it, I like them" come up, I like throwing my own two cents into the mix, if only to bolster others' reasonings for using a functional garment...never intended it as an argument against your own preference! To each his own, and very val...
Since we really lack textual evidence for the use of jerkins by the Dunedain, my reasoning consists of this: 1) It's more durable, so there's a decent chance that it'll prevent excess wear from thorns and brush to the torso of expensive hand-stitched garments. It's not going to stop a knife, but it ...
Very nicely done. Manveruon has done a few pouches and things with that closure system, and has said nothing but good things about it...I expect you'll enjoy using this for years!
- Sat Jun 27, 2020 12:30 am
- Forum: Human Culture(s)
- Topic: Working on a Bree-lander kit
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SO MUCH GOOD going on here! I don't know the period extensively, so I'm going to pass on commenting on minutia, but I will say that it looks very cohesive, culturally relevant, and pretty much exactly what I'd expect to run into in a place with mixed races like Bree.
- Tue Jun 23, 2020 11:08 pm
- Forum: General Discussion
- Topic: Taking photos while out
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For years, I just carried a smaller digital camera with a 10-second timer and would jam it into a low crotch in a tree or balance it on a rock until the shot I wanted was framed right, and then go run in front of it to insert myself into the frame. Still works, but a tiny tripod makes an enormous di...
- Mon Jun 22, 2020 7:56 pm
- Forum: Getting Started
- Topic: MERF Random Adventure Pictures
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Very nice! Looks like a great time out! I'm always fascinated to see forests from around the globe and compare to what I know...some things are SO different, and yet there are similarities in how a forest is 'grown' that can be found pretty much everywhere. The more things change, the more they stay...