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Joy of the Art

If you will be renowned in the art, you’ll never be poor,  in any place.  This virtue is so glorious that,  if even once poverty would show…

Started by Parker Brown

0 Jul 12, 2014

Why I’m Tired of the Zombie Apocalypse (and it hasn’t even started yet)

Being a craftsperson/maker/artisan/artist is a rather unique profession. Many people today have limited experience in (truly) handmade obj…

Started by Parker Brown

0 Jun 24, 2014

The Kunst Schott von Hellingen Breastplate Part IX

With the conclusion of three conferences in two months in two states, the long awaited blog is back! To continue with the construction of t…

Started by Parker Brown

0 Jun 12, 2014

The Kunst Schott von Hellingen Breastplate Part VIII

This is the critical stage of the project where all temptation to play Minecraft must be resisted so that I can practice some ACTUAL craft…

Started by Parker Brown

0 Apr 11, 2014

The Kunst Schott von Hellingen Breastplate Part VII

The plackart is a challenging piece of armour. Historically, plackarts formed a larger portion of a full cuirass. But with the German Trans…

Started by Parker Brown

0 Apr 3, 2014

The Kunst Schott von Hellingen Breastplate Part III

Once a good illustration is made, I then need to match the image with the measurements.  Breastplates of the period are actually made of fi…

Started by Parker Brown

3 Feb 16, 2014
Reply by Brigitte Martin

The Kunst Schott von Hellingen Breastplate Part I

One of the most commonly posed questions I receive is, “how do you make a piece of armour?” This simple question is neither easily nor r…

Started by Parker Brown

2 Feb 16, 2014
Reply by Parker Brown

The Kunst Schott von Hellingen Breastplate Part II

The first step of any armour production process is research.  As you have read in the previous post, I have a good historical knowledge o…

Started by Parker Brown

0 Feb 16, 2014

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