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Re: [BKARTS] Question Re: PARCHMENT MAKING WITH JESSE MEYER -



Remember that B-movie in which Vincent Price turns into instant
chocolate pudding before your eyes? Well, not really chocolate
pudding, but those were the early days of technicolor.

'Nuff said...

Paul T Werner, New York
http://theorangepress.com

WOID: A journal of visual language
THE ORANGE PRESS, publishing "Vellum Preparation: History and
Technique"
DRAGONSBLOOD AND ASHES, a project to research and practice the
techniques of the medieval scribe

----- Original Message -----
From: Jennybean <jennybean@xxxxxxx>
Date: Monday, April 11, 2005 11:33 am
Subject: Question Re: PARCHMENT MAKING WITH JESSE MEYER -

> Can anyone describe, um, the smell of this? I should probably just
> ask Jesse, but he is used to it :-)
> I know that is a kind of odd question. I'm not a squeamish person, by
> any means, but I am scent sensitive and get migraines, and that is a
> consideration for me when I am thinking about taking classes like
> this.
>
> >
> >PARCHMENT MAKING WITH JESSE MEYER
>
> Thanks for any opinions you can offer me!
> -Jenny
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> That does not guarantee it will make sense when you are reading it.
> Consider it a mystery of time and space...
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