Lady Signe had said she needed blanks so that was what I did. Slowly I start to "get it". By this point I'm starting to look at books and study as much manuscript stuff as I can and I've begun to do my own calligraphy. ( more out of I don't want other people touching my scrolls and I know I can do this if I try hard enough than anything else) These scrolls are not bad, they are not wonderful either but they show progression forward. They show experimentation and the desire to try new stuff ( ie calligraphy)
It's beginner work and it's easy to tell the calligraphy is too big for the width of nib I'm using and the spacing is all off, but it's on the right track and that was the most important thing. An artists journey never ends it just deviates, mutates and hopefully grows.