> We wouldn’t wish to lose these words:
> Jon Ellison Wrote:
> > Hi Scott
> > No presuppositions..
> > It would make sense to me if the block were
> > painted in the quarry prior to installation.
> > HOWEVER..
> > It would be extremely fortunate that the
> > were positioned on the block in such a way that
> > would not be hidden behind the side wall
> > .
> > Bearing in mind that there may be at least
> > six feet of block hidden in the masonry.
> > The adjacent glyphs appear in photographs to
> > slanting. Each character.. left to right top to
> > bottom. this would indicate that the glyphs
> > painted in situ.
> > it is a natural trait for a right handed
> > standing to the left and painting vertically to
> > the right.
> > The adjacent glyphs and cartouche ..appear to
> > out of space and are compressed toward the end
> > this is also a natural trait for an untrained
> > writer. This would also not be the case if the
> > painting was done before the block were
> > hence my attempt at humour with the "NO PARKING
> > sign analogy.. (It's an art school standing
> > I feel that the looping and sinuous nature of
> > brush strokes are reminiscent of 19th century
> > first half of the 20th century British, English
> > handwriting as I was taught at school, there
> > been changes since.
> > I work in the world of art these days and
> > had to do some renovation work on a Victorian
> > military fort. The style of semi-formal, hand,
> > sign writing on plaster seemed to remind me of
> > this.
> > There are experts in this field who verify
> > signatures .. Paintings. etc..
> > It may be worth looking into this.
> > I tend to play myself down .. Don't want to
> > big headed.. :)
> > However I am experienced in this field..
> > Fine Art"
> > It is after all a painting ..
> > So why not consider the opinion of an arts
> > professional..??
> > Or is this exclusively for the
> > Post Edited (15-Jul-14 19:02)
He states this right off, but then....?!?
"It would make sense to me if the block were painted in the quarry prior to installation.....".
I guess the Fringe doesn't want to make sense.
And then he speculates, "....I feel that the looping and sinuous nature of the brush strokes are reminiscent of 19th century and first half of the 20th century British, English handwriting..."
The reach of the century, IMO. An Englishman's handwriting IS a far, (FAR) cry from an AE painting Glyphs.
(And funny how the Glyphs in Lady A's Chamber are painted in the very same manner and style as the ones in C's Chamber, etc.)
The 2 German fools, (thieves) mucked it up for everyone else.....and how ironic, as NO Fringer can enter the RCs either.
Campbell's Chamber roof blocks are Tura Limestone until proven otherwise.
THE Cartouche in Campbell's Chamber IS Authentic, as are ALL other RC's Glyphs, until proven otherwise.
"This Forgery 'theory' has more holes than a sieve basket."
Edited 2 time(s). Last edit at 26-Jun-16 02:31 by DScribr.