I'm told that my technique in application is... ahem, unique. Most folks do the major outlines of the
Eilean Donan is the most recognized and most photographed castle in all of Scotland. Gaelic for Donan's Isle, it stands sturdily on a tiny island on the edge of Loch Duich, a sea loch on Scotland's northwest coast, west of Kintail and very near the Isle of Skye. It may surprise many to know that it is of 20th century construction. The castle was razed nearly to the ground and lay in ruin for a very long time. The castle ruin was purchased by a MacRae in the early 20th century, and through research and very old plans and schematics, he was able to rebuild the old castle
After several days, crossed eyes, and hundreds of thousands of ink dots later, a castle emerged. The original will be matted and framed and hung in exhibition along with the miniatures and the other works that come from this project, but for now its image makes a fine feature on the supporter certificates.
The certificates are printed on a nice heavy parchment paper, which shows off an ink illustration
|A certificate, soon to be on its way to its owner. I'm using two|
protective papers, four corner-mounts, and corrugated cardboard
to see each certificate safely to its new home.
So far eight of these have been shipped, with no
|certificate, with two of its four corner mounts. two protective|
papers yet to be included.
Until next Tuesday!
|Packaged up, fully protected and ready for shipping!|