It does make your ability to critique your findings more important. To wonder about your resource's accuracy, authenticity, and appropriateness.
That is true with print media too. More so in self-produced media. Yes, even my blog.
For your scribal interest, I give you seven playlists. They will keep you busy for hours, especially the last one.
They provide basic information and in-depth manuscript knowledge. If you haven't already found them, they will expand your knowledge. Many are enjoyable to view again.
YouTube Gouache and Paint Basics Play List
Illumination 3 introductory videos I collected on a YouTube playlist. They introduce gouache and color mixing.
YouTube Calligraphy Tutorial Playlists
- A Complete Beginners' Guide to Calligraphy by David Nicholls, 47 videos. Last updated on Aug 30, 2016
- Calligraphy, 3 videos I put on a playlist created by Scribble a craft site.
- Calligraphy by Paul Antonio,
- Ellesmere Chaucer Reproduction, eight videos by Bygone Arts. Last updated on Dec 29, 2012
- The Scribal Art of Kay Leigh Mac Whyte, OL OP, nine videos, last updated on Jun 16, 2015
- Illuminated Manuscripts, 94 educational videos on MsIconography's channel. Last updated on May 13, 2015
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