The first part of Moritz Jendral’s photos from last year’s Epic Empires is online. He is an awesome photographer and the characters at Epic Empires are gorgeous.
I made another book, this time for the guards of the main gate. The elven camp on the Epic Empire Larp has always had a book of the guard, with a guard shift plan, pictures of all the camp’s inhabitants and notes on events at the gate. The first one is full now, after several years of use and so I made a replacement.
There is this beautiful way to write English in a writing system suitable for an East Asian character. It’s called square word Calligraphy.
I practiced a bit before the larp, but writing this is actually easier than it looks, so I was able to get into it very quickly.
During the larp I still used a reference and I need quite some time to write a sentence. But it’s so much fun. I definitely want to use it more often
Broken Crown IV was my most spontaneous Larp so far. I decided to attend about two weeks before the Larp and made a new Character in that period of Time. It worked out better than I’d hoped. And I need to wear coloured contact lenses more often.
The character’s costume is mostly inspired by Joseon hanbok with a few parts I borrowed from my Chinese-inspired character and some general improvised stuff.
Thanks to Lena for taking the photo.