in Inspiration for future work?
Wed Feb 23, 2011 12:41 pm
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A funeral/Burial set...either rich or poor folk A wedding set...again, rich or poor A grave scene set...to add the mourners to Baker, butcher and candle stick maker. A children at play set...hobby horse, hoop and stick, spinning top etc
Those houses of conny need owners /occupying A birth set...rich or poor A cooking, swweping, carryiing (say a basket of clothes) set...poor People sitting at a meal time...poor A couple in bed....SLEEPING!!
btw. did you know that most of the knights fought with their sword lets say upside down? If they have it in their hands, the sword points to the ground not to the sky. This was because if you want to hit someone you raise your arm and then you are vunerable. If you fight the sword upside down, your side is protectet by the sword and the sword is at the right high for the infantery. BUT this only workd with knight/infantery, not knight vs. knight, there they used it the normal way....
I was very suprised to hear that but it really makes sense if you try it at the reenactment. Btw, the same way they used riding axes or the horesemans pick against the infantery.