Afrikan alphabets have a rich cultural and artistic history. Many continue to be in current use today. Their story, however, is little known due largely to their past suppression by colonial powers. This book sets the record straight. Both entertaining and anecdotal, African Alphabets presents a wealth of highly graphical and attractive illustrations. …
Emi Ota and her friend Okiku stay briefly at a mountain inn and then return to Tokyo. Later, Nanmura, a soldier on leave, steps on an ornamental hairpin in the public bath at the inn. Emi writes to the inn saying she has lost a hairpin and, when she discovers that it injured Nanmura, returns to apologize. The longer term visitors at the inn meet together to discuss the hairpin incident. These include a grumpy Professor, a young couple Mr and Mrs Hiroyasu, and an old man staying with his two grandsons. They hope to see a romance blossom between Nanmura and Emi, after Nanmura declares that there is something almost poetic in finding a hairpin in the bath.
This DVD includes over 2 hours of expert instruction in carving an attractive and adaptable leaf decoration. The 2 disk DVD also highlights holding and using woodcarving tools correctly and efficiently. Fundamental woodcarving cuts: running, stabbing, sliding and sweeping! If you are looking to enhance your furniture with carved accents or are just interested in ornamental carving this DVD is for you.
Ce fascicule propose trois alphabets : le premier, réalisé tout en couleurs et au fil dégradé est de facture très moderne. Le second est plus classique, en bleu et blanc avec des lettres plus fines. Le troisième motif, assez fin et légèrement fleuri, peut se décliner en une deux ou trois couleurs. Un travail sur les alphabets que vous pourrez approfondir en consultant Alphabets anciens à broder au point de croix ou Le Grand Livre des monogrammes.