Non veni pacem mittere, sed gladium.
That is wonderful.
Beautiful, just beautiful.
I can't help but wonder whether or not he's doing his fine pieces on velum instead of paper. Velum lends itself much better both in terms of capturing and holding the ink and it lasts for thousands of years rather than paper, which can be quite fickle even if you're going for heavy, acid free papers.
Way, way cool.
Simply beautiful.My late Grandfather used to write in almost perfect copperplate handwriting which I cannot imitate. I have two of his letters to my Mother, they are art as well as communication.